Michon Boston is founder and principal of Michon Boston Group Ltd providing consulting and strategic planning to film, media makers and organizations on impact campaigns to reach and inspire their target audiences. Client projects include ITVS, Firelight Media, Smithsonian Institution, AFI DOCS, and engagement campaigns for films featured on PBS and HBO. Michon has worked in television programming for PBS and was director of programs for DC Humanities an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Michon has produced campaigns that bring communities together around reading and literature (The Big Read) heritage foods, neighborhood history, arts and culture. She’s also a freelance journalist and a published/produced playwright. Michon’s articles are published in The New York Times, Washington City Paper, The Washington Post Magazine. Her play, “Iola’s Letter” about the anti-lynching activist, suffragist and journalist Ida B. Wells is published in Strange Fruit: Plays on Lynching by American Women Playwrights, edited by Kathy A. Perkins and Judith L. Stephens.