Brenda Robinson is an entertainment attorney and producer with extensive experience in the film, television, and music industries. Brenda is a partner in Gamechanger Films, an equity fund that finances feature films and television series. Brenda is a graduate of the University of Michigan and obtained her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a certificate in business and public policy from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. As a dedicated philanthropist in the arts and entertainment community and advocate on behalf of creative artists, Brenda currently serves on the boards of The Representation Project, Film Independent, Chicken & Egg Pictures, and the International Documentary Association (IDA). In addition, she is a founding advisory board member of the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative. Brenda is also active in the Sundance Institute as a member of the Women at Sundance Leadership Council and serves as an advisor to The Redford Center. She is a proud board member of Cinema/Chicago and the Chicago International Film Festival and currently serves as legal counsel to the festival, known as the longest-running international competitive film festival in North America. On the music side, Brenda is a member of The Recording Academy and sits on the GRAMMY Museum Foundation board.