Dana De Greff
Founder & Executive Director
Born in Miami, Dana De Greff is a Masters in Fine Arts candidate in fiction from the University of Miami. She is the winner of the 2016 Fred Shaw Prize in Fiction and has been accepted or awarded scholarships from Tent: Creative Writing, the Tin House Summer Writers’ Workshop, and The Key West Literary Seminar. Her work appears in Philadelphia Stories, Hawai’i Pacific Review, Gulf Stream Magazine, The Boston Review, and The New Tropic. She also teaches poetry to 4th graders in Liberty City with The Sunroom.
Fabiola Rodriguez is an independent media producer with experience in content producing and broadcast journalism. For eight years she worked with WPBT2 South Florida Public Media, Miami's PBS affiliate, where she produced news and political content. She also produced children's content for three years, earning three Telly Awards and an Emmy Award. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor's degree in Communication Studies and proudly sits on the Latino & Native American Alumni Alliance (LANA3) board, an advisory committee whose goal is to increase visibility and retention of minority students. She is also a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP).