Leadership & Life Coaches
Filmmaker and feminist blogger, Erin Bagwell, creates social impact and inspires others with her work.
Erin Bagwell is a filmmaker and feminist blogger residing in Brooklyn, New York. In May 2016, Dream, Girl screened at the White House as part of the United State of Women Summit followed by a sold out screening at the iconic Paris Theater in New York City. Erin’s story has been featured in Forbes, TED, Vogue, and The Washington Post and she was named one of Oprah’s SuperSoul100 a list featuring extraordinary individuals that live life intentionally, create great social impact, and bring inspiration to others. Dream, Girl is available worldwide for public screenings and was named the number one feminist documentary to watch by the Huffington Post.
What are the most important qualities an entrepreneur needs to have?
When you feel stuck, how do you get unstuck?
What is one thing you wish you had known before you started this journey?
What are some essential characteristics one needs in order to be a successful documentary filmmaker?
You employed an all-female production crew on this project. Why was that so important to you?
What advice do you give people who feel underestimated?
How do you deal with imposter syndrome and remaining confident when people are condescending?
What are your fundraising tips for women who want to raise money for a project?
How do you deal with rejections encountered in fundraising?
What do you think is the best way to network as an entrepreneur?
What is your favorite meet-up group or event for entrepreneurs?
Can you tell me more about your “secret breakfast club”?
What do you think are common bad habits and or misperceptions that are holding women back?
Do you ever have fear of failure or fear of success, and how do you move through that?
What’s next for you?