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A Latina filmmaker and cultural storyteller, Denise Soler Cox is dedicated to helping individuals, organizations and companies transform how we experience culture, identity, and belonging. She’s built a reputation for being a speaker who has the rare ability to shine a light on a sensitive and often ignored topic, with extraordinary clarity, honesty, and humor.

Her approach not only inspires and provokes new ways of thinking but most importantly leaves audiences inspired to take action and incorporate positive change into their lives.

She is a distinguished member of the 4th Cohort of the Stanford Latino Leaders Entrepreneur Program and was recently chosen as a National Association of Latino Independent Producers 2017 Fellow.

She has been the featured speaker in places like Facebook, LinkedIn, KPMG, The Smithsonian Latino Center, Yale University, Wellesley College, Google, Proctor & Gamble’s Orgullosa, Tedx, Starbucks and VaynerMedia to name a few.

Her work with Project Enye has been featured on Forbes.com, CNN, NBC Latino, Telemundo, Univision, Fox News Latino and more.


Henry Ansbacher is a five-time Emmy Award winner and Academy Award® Nominated filmmaker. Ansbacher is known for producing films and television series that raise awareness and motivate change around a social or cultural issue. His films have been broadcast on HBO, the BBC, PBS, Discovery Channel and on leading networks around the world.

In 2000, Ansbacher founded Just Media a non-profit production company dedicated to creating media with social-justice themes. Ansbacher’s documentary credits include Chiefs (Best Documentary Award at Tribecca Film Festival), the true story of a Native American Indian high school basketball team struggling to win on the court and in life; Iron Ladies of Liberia that follows Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, behind the scenes during her inaugural year as Africa’s first freely-elected female head of state; Two Spirits, about a hate crime and the rich traditions of multi-gendered people in native tribes; They Killed Sister Dorothy (winner, Audience and Best Documentary Award at SXSW & short listed for an Academy Award®), a documentary about the murder of an environmental activist in the rainforest of Brazil; and the 2010 Oscar-nominated documentary short for HBO, The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner.

Ansbacher is a hands-on creative producer that has been on the leading edge of using media to bring attention to social causes, through a new lens. His documentaries have screened at the White House (Two Spirits), and on the acclaimed PBS series, Independent Lens, sparking conversations about important issues and bringing the discussion to the mainstream. One of his most recent films, American Mustang, screened before Congress and inspired a letter writing campaign that changed the dialogue on the conservation efforts behind the majestic wild horses of the American West. Ansbacher is committed to creating engaging content that elevates the spirit and conversations around important issues and movements.

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