CT Treibel is an Activist and Creative Producer. After graduating from UCLA, they produced with CBS Digital for two years. For three years, CT produced with NBCUniversal, overseeing numerous shows including Fashion Police, The Soup, E! News and Live from the Red Carpet. They've produced branded content for Captain Morgan, Nike, Starbucks as well as music videos for Warner Bros Records and Universal Music Group. CT's first feature film Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf? enjoyed invitations to over 50 film festivals worldwide, won Best Actress and Audience awards and is now available on iTunes. Short film credits include Weedkiller, for the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and Ma/ddy, a selection of AFI's Directing Workshop for Women and official selection of the Newport Beach Film Festival. As a digital native, CT broke into the digital series space early when they Production Managed the series East Los High which was purchased by Hulu and was nominated for a People's Choice Award in 2012. CT later served as UPM for Bad Samaritans with FOX Digital for Netflix. They've since applied these early findings to managing digital production methods with the Studios at BuzzFeed, Group9 and Eko.