Maggie is a sophomore RTVF major born and raised in NYC, and she will happily debate the merits of a NYC slice of pizza with any Chicago native. She discovered her love of filmmaking in ninth grade when she made her first short horror film, which she shot at her older sister's college vegan house in Austin, TX. As Community Engagement Co-Chair, Maggie hopes to get Northwestern undergraduates excited and involved in all the amazing work Studio 22 does to support student filmmakers. Maggie is also involved in several student comedy groups on campus and if you ever see her walking around there is a 99% chance she will be holding an iced coffee (even in subzero temperatures).
Kinsey is a junior majoring in Radio/TV/Film and Political Science with a minor in Spanish. On campus, she is a member of Northwestern’s club softball team and is a writer for The Blackout. If all goes well, she hopes to one day be a writer for sitcoms and late night shows. As Community Engagement co-chair with Maggie, she hopes to expand the presence of Studio 22 at Northwestern and encourage people from different majors and backgrounds to get involved in film on campus. In her free time, Kinsey does crossword puzzles, reads celebrity memoirs, and forms strong, unwavering opinions on TV shows, both those she has and has not watched. On top of all of that, she’s been told that she’s a pleasure to have in class. Now, on to engage the community.