Nancy Schwartzman is a filmmaker, mobile app developer, and human rights activist. She works in the intersection of youth culture, sexuality and technology, on multiple storytelling platforms. Her current documentary “Roll Red Roll” (supported by Tribeca Film Institute and Fork Films) examines the aftermath of a crime in Steubenville, Ohio. Her recent short "xoxosms" about online dating among teenagers was broadcast on POV in 2013. Her first film “The Line” about sexual consent, was shown in festivals around the world and cited by the White House. She is the CEO of Tech 4 Good, a human rights tech start-up, that created the Circle of 6 and Circle of 6 U campus anti-violence mobile app. Circle of 6 was awarded the "Apps Against Abuse" challenge from the White House and is used by 300,000 people in 36 countries.