Ten at the Top in Tampa Bay (2007)

Documentary that celebrates a milestone achievement for Tampa Bay, as ten top government positions are held by women at the same point in time. The film promotes mentoring through the stories told by many of these prominent female leaders.

Director:

Renee Warmack

Writers:

Clark Brooks (script), Renee Warmack (script) | 1 more credit »

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Belinda Womack Belinda Womack ... Narrator
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This film captures an unprecedented time in the city of Tampa/Hillsborough County area---where 10 extraordinary women led governmental institutions, in positions traditionally held by men. The women who agreed to be filmed were asked to share the paths they traveled, the risks they took, the decisions they made, and who helped them along the way as they climbed their respective ladders of success. A cornerstone to this film is that it serves as a mentoring tool for young girls who may not realize that they too can reach such high levels of public service. Written by Renee Warmack

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Tampa, Florida, USA

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