From nonprofits to companies to foundations, we build meaningful partnerships because achieving equality will only come through our collaborative efforts. That’s why our partner program is comprised of a dynamic and diverse network of partners with the ability to amplify underrepresented voices, support young inspired creators, and co-create impactful media.

With the support of our collective, we produce our annual Youth Media Summit where young people join a network of other creatives and activists and receive training, mentorship, and support to:

  1. Tell their own complex stories
  2. Challenge stereotypes by introducing their representative stories to the world
  3. Use their unique perspective to further gender equality in their communities

We also offer corporate trainings, corporate film screenings, and corporate consultations on gender representation in media. Get in touch. We’d love to talk!



Artemis Rising Foundation - Regina K. Scully, CEO and Founder

Artemis Rising Foundation proudly supports The Representation Project Impact Collective and its mission to help young people recast their stories and bring to life diverse points of view that confront gender stereotyping and promote broad representation.


The California Endowment

The California Endowment supports youth to change the gender narratives in today’s mainstream media.



With The Representation Project, AT&T supports our program for underserved teens and young adults learn how to use media to tell their personal stories, share their unique viewpoints and create diverse content that challenges stereotypes and advances representation.



Spotify believes that when artists and fans come together, they change the world. Its social impact work uses the platform to amplify the voices of marginalized communities, and to use music as a way to help people connect and empathize with each other.



GlobalGirl Media (GGM) develops the voice and media literacy of teenage girls and young women, ages 14-22, in under-served communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism designed to improve scholastic achievement, ignite community activism and spark social change. Through mentoring, training and access to a worldwide network of trans-media distribution partners, GlobalGirl Media harnesses the power of new digital media to empower young women to bring their often-overlooked perspectives onto the global media stage. By turning up the volume of girl’s voices globally, GlobalGirl Media seeks to promote freedom of expression and strengthen substantive journalism that addresses historically marginalized voices, while building self-esteem, leadership capacity, and 21st-century skills. Founded in 2010, we are active in South Africa, Morocco, Kosovo, Chicago, Los Angeles and the Bay Area.



Women’s Voices Now connects filmmakers, activists, and decision makers dedicated to guaranteeing women’s and girls’ full access to their political, economic, civil, and educational rights. WVN produces, promotes, and shares social-change films that move audiences from empathy to action on women’s and girls’ rights issues, bridging the gap between filmmakers and agents of social change. We work to inform change agents through a finely-curated collection of influential movies sourced from directors and storytellers across the globe.

USC Annenberg

The Representation Project is proud to partner with USC Annenberg's Civic Imagination Project which taps the civic imagination (our collective vision for what a better tomorrow might look like) to bridge perceived cultural gaps between diverse communities.


BAYCAT is a nonprofit social enterprise that provides access, education and employment for low income youth, youth of color and young women.