- Tarleton State UniversityMIS
- Texas Woman's UniversityPolitical Science
CC Stinson grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, attended high school in Germany, and is a self proclaimed film geek. For over a decade, she has set out to merge her passion for film with the innovativeness of technology through Transmedia Production. Since that time she has become an award-winning artist producing over 20 independent projects. Notable works include her directorial debut Breakdown which was televised on BET J's The Best Shorts, and her documentary on Colorism which garnered a national televised interview on TVOne Access that discussed this issue in Hollywood. She also produced the web series, "Mommy in Chief" for Moguldom Media Group which starred Karyn Parsons from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Moving from Austin, Texas to the Big Apple did not deter her from jumping into action by sitting on the steering committee for the first ever TEDx Harlem held in New York City on March 27, 2012. Always looking for ways to increase her creativity, she was invited by Meenakshi Thirukode to serve as the Bushwick Film Festival creative advisor in 2013. Most recently, CC participated as the filmmaker for The Colo(u)rism Project which raises awareness of colorism in the South Asian community. Her drive and passion has lead to articles in national publications such as ESSENCE magazine and being honored at the Texas Black Film Festival for her social advocacy through film. She has a Masters in Information Science from Tarleton State University and a B.A. in Political science from Texas Woman's University. Currently she resides in New York City working with independent artists and non profit organizations.
- Culinary Institute of AmericaManager, PMO, 2015 - present
- Cyber NY InteractiveTechnical PM, 2014 - 2015
- DellGlobal PM, 2000 - 2005
- Balanced CommunicationsSenior Program Manager, 2005 - 2014