Monisola "Momo" Eddo is the Outreach Fellow here at Brave New Films. She hails from Virginia and Washington DC bringing with her over seven years of outreach management, interdisciplinary collaboration and community organizing experience. She has always seen the value of film as a form of entertainment and a tool for radical change. For these reasons, she studied Conflict Analysis & Resolution and Film at George Mason University with the intent to incite change in disenfranchised communities through both narrative and documentary film. She has organized around many intersectional issues involving women's rights, anti-racism, immigrant rights, student rights, the environment and class. Some of her proudest moments include co-organizing a three-day activist training at the legendary Highlander Center and her time at the Washington Peace Center. She is a certified permaculturist, volunteer, bass player, herbal/foraging apprentice, sister and the proud daughter of immigrants. She hopes to one day own her own farm, live off the land and teach her community how to do the same. She believes radical empathy coupled with action will heal the ills of the world.