DR. DAWN MOSLEY - OWNER
IAM Films is a film production company that delivers unique and compelling content and tools to teach, inspire, and promote. IAM specializes in the development of commercials, films, documentaries, training videos, and promotional content that are proven more effective than traditional presentations and teaching tools.
IAM's short films and commercials have been used in numerous areas such as law enforcement, academia, advertising, health care, training programs, and essential public service announcements (PSA's).
IAM has effectively addressed numerous societal issues, behavioral and addictive disorders utilizing creative visual tools and stories.
MARTHA'S VINEYARD AFRICAN AMERICAN
Multiple films were featured at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF). Extreme honor to present and participate in the open discussion. What an experience!
PHILLY AD CLUB
Such an amazing opportunity to participate as a guest panelist to discuss the world of advertising.
Philly Ad is an excellent resource for advertising and marketing professionals. I loved this!
DTCC SOCIAL MEDIA CONFERENCE
Repeat guest panelist and session speaker. Leading discussions of video production, storylines, and content in social media with a wide-range of attendees from various professional backgrounds, professions, and interests.
A special initiative with Nemours and Christiana Care to produce a short story to address various aspects of violence to spark meaningful discussions at various middle schools. Extremely impactful and much needed.
PANEL DISCUSSION WITH CHRISTIANA CARE
Producer and moderator of a panel discussion featuring: Mark Cipolle, M.D., medical director of trauma surgery; Joan Pirrung, APN-BC, Trauma Program manager and trauma nurse; Geramie Butler, MHA, mental health associate; Kathy Boyer, RN, Injury Prevention Program coordinator and trauma nurse; and Glen Tinkoff, M.D., associate vice chair of emergency surgery at Christiana Care.
PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS
A life-changing experience to film and speak at a special event presented by PTS, a nonprofit supporting black high school students to reach their college goals. This is what our young girls need - hope.