Leah Cevoli is an actor, VO artist, and producer. However, we brought her on to talk about all things CROWDFUNDING and the work she does with her company Greenlight Your Passion Project.
Host Jenn Page and Leah dive into what you should know before you start, what will make you successful, how do you run a campaign, what platforms are best, what perks should you offer, how often should you post on social, pitfalls of failure, what should you be ready with from day one, and some stories and case studies on some of Leah’s past campaigns. They also dive into how to find the love in your thrival job while you pursue your dream job.
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Hosted by: Jenn Page, Filmmaker
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Actress/Producer Leah Cevoli, is a multi-talented entertainment professional whose work stretches across many genres. A rock ‘n roll enthusiast, body image activist, and fan of all things horror, Leah's acting credits include appearances on high profile tv shows like HBO’s Deadwood, and voiceover on the Cartoon Network hit, Robot Chicken. Leah is a contributing writer for MsInTheBiz.com, and the founder of AllShapesAndSizesWelcome.com: Body Image & Women’s Issues in Entertainment, a travelling group of women who speak on panels and at conventions nationwide. Leah has a reputation for crowdfunding success and social media magic. To date, her company, GreenlightYourPassionProject.com has managed 50+ campaigns, and have been instrumental in raising over $5,000,000 for indie projects. Her latest projects include: the feature-length documentary Remember The Sultana narrated by Sean Astin, the gritty feature-length drama, Girl Lost, and the light-hearted comedy, Dance Baby Dance. LeahCevoli.com