Jamie Dobie has worked at the intersection of film and social impact for over a decade. Prior to joining Represent Justice, she served for five years as Executive Director of Peace is Loud, a storytelling and movement-building organization. Jamie oversaw a 128% increase in Peace is Loud’s operating revenue; led impact campaigns for celebrated films including Knock Down the House and The Hunting Ground; and launched a speakers bureau that represents 30 global women movement leaders. Jamie previously worked as an impact consultant on the hit Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill and as manager of community engagement for the PBS documentary series POV.
A documentary filmmaker by training, Jamie’s film work has screened at MoMA and at film festivals including Full Frame and AFI Docs. She serves on the Board of Trustees of the Flaherty; the Mentorship Board for the MFA Documentary Film Program at Northwestern University; and as a Volunteer Grants Advisory Team Leader at The New York Women’s Foundation.