Leah McKendrick is a Nicaraguan/Scottish/Irish multi-hyphenate from San Francisco. She created and starred in the critically acclaimed musical series, "Destroy the Alpha Gammas" which made her a Webby Award Honoree and a Streamy Award Nominee. "M.F.A.", the vigilante thriller which she wrote/produced/starred in alongside Francesca Eastwood was nominated for the Grand Jury Award at SXSW. M.F.A. was dubbed "the first horror movie to speak to the #MeToo era" by The New York Times and was released theatrically by Dark Sky Films in 2017. She has been featured on the Black List, the Hit List and on Tracking Board's Young and Hungry list of Hollywood's Top New Writers. In 2019 she boarded the highly-anticipated "Grease" prequel "Summer Lovin'" for Paramount Pictures. In 2020 "Pamela & Ivy" was released, the Poison Ivy origin story fan film which she wrote/directed and made her a Webby Award Honoree for the 2nd time. Acting credits include a recurring role on Hulu's "Shut Eye", "Bad Moms" and "Misconduct" starring Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins.