I was incredibly honored that the filmmaker Sue Williams and co-founder Victoria Wang from The Story Exchange would fly all the way out to Bailieboro from New York City to film us here at Walton Wood Farm.
Sue has made many award-winning documentaries about important, thought-provoking topics around the globe. Her passion project is The Story Exchange which seeks to elevate and inspire female entrepreneurs around the world through articles and videos. Wang and Williams co-founded The Story Exchange in the hope of making a positive impact on the financial independence of women.
“TSE has provided content to a number of news organizations, including The New York Times’ You’re the Boss blog and video section, Forbes, Inc. and The Huffington Post. We also provide content to Grow Her Business, a resource platform created by the U.S. federal government’s National Women’s Business Council.
TSE is a media partner of the Independent Television Service initiative Women and Girls Lead, a public media campaign.
TSE partners with organizations devoted to empowering women, including the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) and WEConnect International.”
It was so much fun working with a film crew and being able to show them around the farm and our community.