Cammie brings over 20 years of project management and entrepreneurial experience. She spent the early part of her career leading telecommunications projects for companies like Merrill Lynch, Allied Signal, and Realink Systems. Cammie embarked on an entrepreneurial journey after moving to the mid-west where she owned and operated three small restaurant businesses. Upon her return east, Cammie was executive director of the WCR Center for the Arts, a non-profit performing arts organization set within a historic building in the city or Reading, PA.
Tracy Schott is a producer/director and founder of Schott Productions. She has created hundreds of film and video projects, including television commercials, web-content, corporate communications, theatrical and event content. Tracy produced ReadingFilm’s LOCATION! LOCATION!, directed the Emmy-nominated DREAM WEDDINGS and is the producer/director of the award-winning documentary film examining intimate partner violence, FINDING JENN’S VOICE. She is currently in development on two documentary films, BLACKOUT GIRL and FROM THE RIVER and LE BON CHEF – a feature length “dramedy” about food, women and patriarchy.
Chris Woodward has spent his career in Medicine but has been a movie critic since childhood. At age 3, during a showing of Disney’s “The Shaggy Dog”, he told his Mom that dogs don’t talk implying the movie’s premise was absurd. This was his first lesson in the willing suspension of disbelief. He loves to find modest budget, independent movie gems to recommend to his adult children. Chris badgers, corralls and nudges our jurors to ensure that every film is seen and fairly judged.