The IndieFlix Foundation
SCILLA ANDREEN, Founder IndieFlix and IndieFlix Foundation.
Scilla Andreen (Pronounced Sheila) is the CEO and Co-Founder of IndieFlix and the founder of the IndieFlix Foundation. She is the Producer and Director of the new documentary, LIKE, the Executive Producer/Producer of Angst and Angst series, “It Gets Better” and Co-Producer and Co-Executive Producer of Screenagers, as well as an Emmy nominated Costume Designer and Award-Winning Producer of such films as Bit Players, Outpatient and The Empowerment Project. Scilla is a popular speaker at Sundance, Cannes, CES, SXSW, Women in Film, and other major industry events. Scilla co-founded IndieFlix which has become one of the most meaningful global screening and a subscription streaming services that produces and distributes social impact films and series to create positive change in the world. Scilla is on a mission to change the world with film.
JUDY ANDREWS, Legal Advisor
Currently, of counsel with the Apex Law Group LLP, Judy focuses her law practice on nonprofit corporation law, tax-exempt organizations and public finance. For more than 25 years, she has represented nonprofit organizations on corporate and tax exemption issues including incorporation and determination of tax-exempt status, legal obligations of directors, organizational structure and roles of board and staff, conversion, merger and affiliation issues, and federal tax-exemption issues. In addition, she has worked as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel on many special fund revenue bond and nonrecourse revenue bond financings, many of which have involved 501(c)(3) organizations. She is an adjunct professor at Seattle University School of Law and serves on the Secretary of State’s Charities Advisory Council.
ALI MOHSENIAN, Foundation President
JULIENNE KUTTEL, Board Member
LINDA WYMAN, IF Founding Board Member
As a resident and "student" of Seattle real estate since 1971, she is an expert on the neighborhoods of this dynamic city. Linda has served on the following boards: Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle Repertory Theater, Seattle Art Museum, Marion Oliver McCaw Hall (Benefactor’s Circle Committee) and Epiphany School.