We are an international collective of volunteers, yoga students and teachers, doctors and artists, passionate women filmmakers and photographers who are committed to helping others thrive through the practice of selfless service or Karma Yoga. Meet Team Good Karma 2017.


There is no greater gift than that of giving one’s time and energy to help others without expecting anything in return.
— Nelson Mandela

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Ana Grillo

ANA GRILLO: FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR OF THE GOOD KARMA PROJECTS

Ana is an award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker who is passionate about telling women's stories, championing the environment and documenting our times with a women's perspective. Ana started her career as a photojournalist for The New York Times in Washington DC in the late 90s and now focuses on stories of women and others who are under-represented in mainstream media. In 2013, she co-directed her first documentary film, Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers, which has screened in almost 40 film festivals around the world, winning a Special Jury Prize in Rio de Janeiro. In 2013, she collaborated with Aye Aye Film, a Hamburg film production company, to create the celebrated documentary, “Acting Out: 25 years of queer film and community in Hamburg." Ana is an excellent Run-n-Gun. She excels in conducting compelling interviews, creates artistic footage and records professional sound. She founded the Good Karma Projects in 2008 after six months volunteering throughout India. www.anagrillo.com
 

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Saara Fratto

SAARA FRATTO: PROGRAM MANAGER, VIDEOGRAPHER, PHOTOGRAPHER, EDITOR, GK TEAM SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL ADVISOR.

As a lifelong enthusiast of color and motion, Saara Fratto is delighted to have found her craft deeply valued in a high-tech world. As executive producer and co-owner of Media Posse, Saara produces videos with the biggest names in technology and futurism. As a camera operator, photographer, interviewer and editor, Saara knows all the crew positions and loves to play a variety of roles. In fact, play is what it's really about. That, and making a difference through meaningful media.