THE ESTEEMED WOMAN FOUNDATION is run by a small staff and a group of dedicated volunteers.
Founder - Suzie Galler
Suzie Galler, Founder of the Esteemed Woman Foundation and President of Muse
Entertainment has over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry.
She began her career in the advertising and promotion arena, producing
on-air campaigns for major motion pictures and mini-series before making
the move to long form programming.
Since then she has produced, written, and directed full-length programs for
CBS/Fox, Lifetime Television, and Public Television, among others. Her
credits include "Intimate Portraits" of Audrey Hepburn, Bette Davis, and
Sally Field for Lifetime Television, the documentary special "More Loverly
Than Ever, The Making and Restoration of My Fair Lady," a series of award
winning children's programs, and many more.
Suzie has devoted the last five years
of her career to creating the Esteemed Woman Project, a
multi-media project that includes films, outreach programs,
events, artwork, publishing, and numerous other extensions to
empower women. I Am Beautiful, is a one-hour
documentary profiling six extraordinary women and a long list
of celebrities sharing insights into their self-esteem
journeys. I Am My Mother's Daughter
highlights the emotional bond between
mothers and daughters and the profound impact that relationship has on one's
self-image. Both films aired on Lifetime Television.
In 2000 Suzie founded the Esteemed Woman Foundation, a non-profit outreach
organization created to bring the Esteemed Woman Project to women and girls
across the country, providing them with the tools and a forum to explore
and improve their self-image.
Suzie's work and films have been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Pure
Oxygen, Family Talk, and countless magazines, newspapers, and radio programs
across the country and Canada. She speaks to women and girls around the
country, personally delivering her message of the importance of believing in
one's inner beauty, strength, and positive self-worth.
Suzie formed Muse Entertainment for the development and production of long-form women's programming.