Going Against the Flow: New Documentary Film

Going Against the Flow: New Documentary Film

With a little help from LinkedIn, San Fransisco based entrepreneur Charmu Sharma is working towards empowering one million female entrepreneurs by 2016 through the distribution of her documentary film "Go Against the Flow."

Go Against the Flow is a new documentary film and movement that wants to empower young women to be risk takers and entrepreneurs. After college Go Against the Flow founder and Campaign Planner for LinkedIn, Charu Sharma, used all of her $22,000 savings alongside a grant from her employer to make a documentary film on revolutionary female co-founders of Cloudflare, Getaround, Kabam, Zinepak, Mightybell, Bridge Up: STEM, Women Who Code, Rockhealth and Malala Fund.

In Go Against the Flow, award-winning entrepreneur Charu Sharma brings together audacious female entrepreneurs who went against the flow and pioneered their own destinies. There has never been a better time to start a business, and no better way than to go in with your eyes open having learned from these great success stories. Baroness Joanna Shields, UK Minister for Internet Safety and Security

LinkedIn hosted an exclusive premier on November 11th, 2015. The film’s mission is to empower one million viewers by end of 2016. Sharma is asking for your support to help her raise the funds she needs to her bring the film to wider international audiences of high school and university students.

To actively help bring this documentary film to young women in high schools and universities donate to their Kickstarter campaign before it closes December 11th!

For more about the movement visit goagainsttheflow.com or follow Sharma on Twitter.

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