Trigg House is a nonprofit, direct-service organization for youth aging out of foster care. Trigg House provides a positive and supportive environment to families in crisis, foster, and adopted children, especially those recently emancipated from the foster care system by creating opportunities for dynamic education, financial proficiency, job readiness, physical & mental health, and general wellness. As a former child growing up in the foster care system herself, IWoman TV founder Cathleen Trigg-Jones saw a deep and growing need for energetic nonprofit work providing practical solutions in this area.
IWoman TV was born out of the idea that magic happens when women create together, and we began intentionally inviting underrepresented groups to the platform to tell their stories.
The mission of IWoman TV is to champion gender parity storytelling, by creating and aggregating content that has intersectional character portrayals and which directly addresses the under-representation of women in film and television — both on camera and behind the scenes.
IWOMAN is a rallying cry to counteract staggering industry statistics. Study after study confirms that women – along with people of color, LGBTQ + individuals, and people with disabilities, are consistently underrepresented. The iWoman TV team is dedicated to spotlighting the voices of female content creators, and providing emerging and established talent that support the opportunity to realize their vision and reach new audiences through storytelling.
In addition to the OTT, iWoman TV is also a co-work space and incubator for female creatives.
We believe that women who support one another are more successful.
WE CAN, SO WE WILL!