Virginia Cromie

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Co-founder of N1M, Virginia brings expertise in global campaigns and impactful, long-form communications as well as non-profit and arts administration. She coordinated a number of TEDPrize projects, including the global participatory art project Inside Out for TEDPrize winner JR, the global broadcast of Pangea Day, and war photographer James Nachtwey's campaign against extreme drug resistant tuberculosis. Virginia helped produce the Oscar-nominated documentary The Square, and award-winning documentary Rafea: Solar Mama, and executive produced Chloe Ruthven's The Occupiers. As a producer for The Why Foundation, Virginia was at the forefront of global efforts to combat modern slavery and uses factual story-telling to inspire international action.