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Stefanie Woodburn is a mixed Chinese-American writer/performer. Her TV writing credits include SO HELP ME TODD (CBS), and her feature credits include ONE IN A BILLION, FUSION (Blue Sky Animation), and the AMERICAN PIE PRESENTS: GIRLS' RULES (Universal) mini-room. A graduate of the CBS/Paramount TV Writers Fellowship, Ron Howard's Imagine Impact, and the CAPE Writers Fellowship, she found her voice on Twitch, where she spent thousands of hours hosting at Geek & Sundry before starting her own channel. She wrote and produced the first film funded by playing video games, POLE, an official selection in 18 film festivals. An NYU summa cum laude grad and entertainment technology consultant, she launched into the arts through dance captaining high school show choir and musicals, and her theater background includes performing in NYC and Paris.
Stefanie believes strongly in education, and her mission is to inspire compassion and understanding through media featuring women leadership and multiculturalism, championing each person's strength, value, and worth. She enjoys teaching screenwriting at Script Anatomy, and volunteering with WriteGirl, a creative writing and mentoring organization that promotes creativity, critical thinking and leadership skills to empower teen girls. She aims to promote women leaders in business, politics, and technology in her work. After exploring pole dance, skydiving, and swimming with sharks, she loves writing about characters who take risks in their life and can laugh through failure. Twitter/IG/TikTok: @stefwoodburn
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