Maya M., Culture Change Manager, comes from the world of storytelling for social change. Born and raised between the U.K. and U.S., her background has drawn her to nuanced stories that progress social movements. Maya joined Caring Across Generations after deciding to utilize her passions for art and activism towards caregiving, a reality core to her upbringing and family. Prior to joining the team, Maya spent six years as a campaigner and digital strategist, working on films such as Academy Award winning documentary American Factory, When They See Us, John Lewis: Good Trouble, and Judas and the Black Messiah. Her campaigns have received recognition from institutions including: Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards, Cannes Lion, Shorty Awards, and the Webby Awards. In between strategizing and mobilizing, Maya loves to watch animated films, take film photos, and listen to early 2000s R&B.