Board of Directors


Rosemary Rawcliffe 20160606

Rosemary Rawcliffe, Founder/CEO

Founder of Frame of Mind Films, Rosemary Rawcliffe is an EMMY® award winning consultant and executive producer, producer, and director with more than 30 years of international experience in television, advertising, film, video, and theatrical production. A social entrepreneur, Rosemary is equally capable of managing both the creative and business aspects of a media production company. Her strengths lie in her ability to successfully manage people, coordinate multiple projects, synthesize ideas into integrated concepts, and deliver the final production on time and on budget. As a humanitarian, she has a lifelong commitment to creating films that emphasize human rights and tell stories from the female perspective. When Rosemary moved to the United States from her native England, she founded Frame of Mind Films to continue her work in America and her passion for producing stories that bear witness to spirit, hope, and courage.

 

 

Victor Vazquez

Victor Vazquez, Board Director

Victor Vazquez serves as Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager for Bank of San Francisco. Victor’s banking career spans more than two decades. He has held senior level roles at various organizations including Union Bank, Fifth Third Bank, & Wells Fargo Bank. Victor began his banking career at Home Savings of America while majoring in business management at University of California, Santa Cruz. Victor is passionate about community involvement. He is on the Board of Directors for La Raza Centro Legal, KQED Community Advisory Panel, and has served on various other boards. He is also involved with Latino legal organizations; San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Associations and California Rural Legal Assistance.

 

Marsha Clark

Marsha Clark, Board Director

Marsha Clark was an integral part of The Dalai Lama Foundation (DLF) from 2002-2011. For six of those years she was a member of the Board of Directors and served as corporate Treasurer. During her time at the DLF, Marsha generously contributed her extensive expertise in administration and management, program development and coordination, outreach, and fiscal oversight. With over 30 years' experience as a Speech Pathologist, Program Specialist, Quality Improvement Trainer, and Educational Consultant, Marsha is a consummate professional and team member. She has unflagging energy, dedication, competence, and compassion for her co-workers and colleagues. After joining the board of Frame of Mind Films, Marsha continues to be an important member on our Women of Tibet Circle of Advisors.

 

Sondra Alexander

Sondra Alexander, Board Director

Sondra Alexander brings a rare combination of business experience and creative insight to the board of Frame of Mind Films. As a California bay area designer and leading business owner, she is a business woman known for her integrity and creativity. An entrepreneur in the fashion and interiors industries since 1965, she has developed and launched several successful manufacturing & design businesses within the high fashion industry with product currently distributed worldwide.

Officers


Denise A. Donovan

Denise A. Donovan, Treasurer

Denise began working in the San Francisco non-profit sector in 1985. She now provides accounting services to small businesses & non-profits, including a number of independent documentary filmmakers in San Francisco and Berkeley. She has a Masters in Nonprofit Administration from the University of San Francisco and an undergraduate degree in International Relations from U.C. Davis.

 

Holly Hine

Holly Hine, Secretary

Holly Hine began working for Frame of Mind Films in January 2009 as Rosemary's Executive Assistant and Post Production Assistant. She began studies in Fine Arts and in 2006 graduated from SF Academy of Art University with a BA degree in film editing.  Holly has worked in promotions for Filter Magazine, has interned with San Francisco Cinematheque, and after graduating from AAU, Holly moved to Los Angeles where she worked at Aspect Ratio, a Hollywood trailer house in their post production department. Holly returned to the Bay Area for two years to work with EMMY® winning Frame of Mind Films on the Women of Tibet documentary film series. She continues to work with the team remotely from various locations.