Regina K. Scully (I'85)
Artemis Rising Foundation
Founder and CEO
Regina K. Scully is the Founder and CEO of Artemis Rising Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to developing and promoting Media, Education and the Arts to transform our culture. Scully is a five-time Emmy Award-winning, and Academy-nominated producer of The Invisible War, the powerful 2012 film about the epidemic rapes of women and men in the military. Nominated for an Academy Award for producing the song, “Til It Happens to You,” by Lady Gaga, Scully received much acclaim for the theme song as well as for producing this riveting film, The Hunting Ground.
A social entrepreneur, media activist, and documentary filmmaker, Scully has produced more than one hundred documentary films, shining a light on some of the most challenging social issues of our time: Fed Up, The Eagle Huntress, STEP, The Breadwinner, Dreamcatcher, Alive Inside, MissRepresentation, The Tale, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, and Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise. Most recently, Scully Executive Produced This Changes Everything.
A 30-year veteran in the combined fields of journalism, public relations, brand marketing, and media literacy, Regina is also deeply passionate about education reform and has helped launch and support some of the most successful inner city charter schools in the country: Success Academy Schools in NY and Making Waves Academy Schools in Northern California.
Scully is Founder and CEO of RPR Marketing Communications, a premier PR Agency in NYC, specializing in exclusive consumer products and brands. She is the Founding Sponsor of the Athena Film Festival supporting and highlighting women in filmmaking. She sits on the Boards of Stanford University Board of Philanthropy and Civil Society; Harvard Women’s Leadership Board; TheRepresentationProject.org; Women’s Media Center, NYC; and the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security.