Conferences company Winston Baker has struck a national partnership with TrueSpark, a non-profit educational charity that engages teens about positive character through films.
Winston Baker supported the launch of the breakthrough charity earlier in 2014 and will now work on more work to support TrueSpark’s expansion and growing exposure.
TrueSpark will be featured at Winston Baker’s finance forums being held in Los Angeles (March 9-11) and New York (April 14).
“We’ve always believed that movies have a way of profoundly impacting lives, which is why we chose to be a part of this industry as conference producers. Under the leadership of David Tice and Dominic Ianno, TrueSpark has created an effective vehicle to positively influence and educate teens and we are excited and honored to be a part of such a great movement,” said Katherine Winston and Amy Baker, co-founders and managing partners of Winston Baker, in a joint statement.
TrueSpark President and CEO Dominic Ianno added, “Winston Baker has access to the most important thought leaders in the film industry and connects with change agents around the world. This partnership is an amazing opportunity to rally these key influencers around TrueSpark’s critical mission of bringing positive character to our youth. We want to connect with like-minded people who are interested in helping us to inspire tomorrow’s leaders.”