Natalie Jones, Helicopter PilotNatalie is a heavy lift helicopter pilot and firefighter. Her inspiration came when she took her first helicopter flight in Alaska, when she landed on a glacier.
Barbara Van Cleve, Rancher/PhotographerBarbara became a fine art photographer late in life but photography has been her lifetime passion.
Simona DeSilvestro, Race Car DriverSimona is a Swiss race car driver. Driving has been in her blood since she was a kid, driving go- karts with her father. Simona has competed professionally and was on the Andretti team driving E-Formula race cars.
Christine Theodoropoulos, ArchitectChristine is the Dean of Architecture at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. She has seen a rise in female students entering the field of architecture and is encouraged by the upward trend.
Like A Woman
A film about women breaking barriers
in the workforce.
"If you can dream it, you can do it"
Natalie Jones, helicopter pilot
"Besides enjoying the film and getting to know all the women who were interviewed, I
genuinely felt like I learned something from watching it. I learned about so many industries
and careers I'd never heard of before. And so much of it made me think (or maybe rethink)
about how I present myself in my life and career. Like when so many of the interviewees
mentioned that being technically knowledgeable was important to breaking into their
industry...I think there was a lot of advice that can affect how I'll carry and comport myself
professionally in the future, which I really appreciated!
Overall I felt the film was empowering, visually stunning (loved the footage in the
mountains out west), and left me with hope for future generations of women embarking
out on their careers."
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Call to Action
We are looking for women to interview for this film, who are working in male-dominated professions such as; computer programmers, firefighters, mechanics, CEO’s, architects, engineers, filmmakers, directors, sound designers, editors, and others.
If you know any women who are breaking barriers in predominately male professions, please contact me: email@example.com
The goal of the film is to change the consciousness of the U.S. culture about gender bias and to
achieve equality in the workforce.