Jamie Dobie has worked at the intersection of film and social impact for nearly 15 years. As COO at Represent Justice, Jamie oversees the systems and processes directly associated with the sustainability of the organization, including Development, Program Evaluation, Organizational Effectiveness, Human Resources, Risk Management, and Financial Management.
Prior to joining Represent Justice, she served as Executive Director of Peace is Loud, a storytelling and movement-building organization founded by Abigail E. Disney that led impact campaigns for celebrated films including Knock Down the House and The Hunting Ground and the Women, War & Peace series; and launched a speakers bureau that represents 30 global women movement leaders and storytellers.
Jamie previously worked as an impact consultant on Broadway and as manager of community engagement for American Documentary and the celebrated 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. As a former Trustee, Jamie sits on the Advisory Board of the Flaherty, and serves on the Mentorship Board for the MFA Documentary Film Program at Northwestern University. She is a proud inaugural steering committee member of the Global Impact Producers Alliance.