We are proudly and officially Women Owned, and believe promoting other local entrepreneurs uplifts and enriches our community. Our goal is not only to succeed at work, but also inspire others by fostering a shared sense of purpose. Please take a moment and visit Women Owned to learn more about supporting women-owned businesses across the globe.
In 2018, Jill Kershaw founded VO Cares, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization using the art of voice acting as a transformational tool to create positive change, heal, and empower the lives of underserved youth, military veterans, and formerly incarcerated men and women. If you are a voice actor, talent agent, casting director, coach, or audio engineer and you’d like to get involved, please shoot us an email.
We are honored to support those who have served by facilitating voiceover coaching workshops in partnership with Veterans in Media and Entertainment. Founded in 2012 as a grassroots movement and 501(c)3, VME is a professional association of U.S. military veterans working in, or aspiring to work in, media and entertainment.
We are proudly supporting members of the Society Of Voice Arts And Sciences™, who's mission is to connect voiceover artists the to the training, mentoring, and employment opportunities required to create and sustain a successful career in the voiceover industry. This is accomplished through their programs offering financial scholarships, job placement, meaningful networking opportunities, and awards recognition through the Voice Arts® Award program.
We speak for those who speak for a living. World-Voices Organization (WoVO®) is a non-profit, member-driven Industry Association of Professional Voice Talent who’s mission is to inform and educate members of the voiceover community and other business professionals about best practices, standards for ethical conduct and professional expertise as it relates to the voiceover industry.
SoundGirls.Org’s vision is to inspire and empower young women and girls to enter the world of professional audio and music production while expanding opportunities for girls and women in these fields, and to share resources and knowledge through cooperation, collaboration, and diversity. Who run the world?