Tomeka Winborne is a writer/director that passionately loves to create stories that will invoke conversations. She started her journey as a filmmaker in 2009. Her projects includes short films, “Pass Me By,” “Too Late,” “What Could Happen: Romney/Ryan,” “Aged Out,” and “We’re Left Behind.” “AGED OUT” that has been officially selected into the 2018 “CineOdyssey Film Festival” and the “BronzeLens Film Festival.” She’s planning to adapt “Aged Out” into a feature film. Additionally, Tomeka was commissioned by Cox Media Group to produce, “In Plain Sight: Human Trafficking.” Tomeka is a founding member and on the leadership committee of the ALLIANCE OF WOMEN DIRECTORS - Atlanta Branch . Previously, Tomeka served as board member on the Hampton Roads Chapter of the Virginia Production Alliance board in 2015. She has volunteered as a film reviewer for SOUTHERN ARTS and THE MID-ATLANTIC FILM FESTIVAL. In 2016, Tomeka received the African American Cinematic Series Norfolk Public Library Award. This fall, Tomeka is relocating to Los Angeles to further advance her career as a filmmaker. She also have the hopes of directing episodic television.