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Women In Media (WIM) screening of “She Said”


On March 15, 2023 (from 4:30-7:30pm) please join MRU’s Women in Media (WIM) student group, as part of the Faculty of Business and Communication Studies International Women’s Day events, screening of “She Said”. 

In October 2017, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of The New York Times reporters broke one of the most important stories in a generation. Their careful reporting inspired a movement and broke decades of silence around the problematic nature of sexual assault in Hollywood. The event will involve a screening of the feature film, a discussion of safe spaces for disclosure,  and fundraising to support Calgary Communities Against Sexual Assault (CCASA).

Cost: Free, all funds raised from concessions will be donated.


Featured organizers


Alexandra Padilla Guajardo



Alexandra Padilla Guajardo is a 3rd year broadcasting student. She is the founder and current president of the Women In Media society (WIM) at Mount Royal University. She started WIM to create a sense of community and belonging in her program as well as to create and produce innovative content that set the standards for inclusivity and diversity in the media.


Emma Grace Duke 




Emma Grace Duke is in her third year of Broadcast Media Studies at Mount Royal University. She is the Vice President of Women in Media, and hopes to uplift women’s voices by providing them with a platform to tell their stories and connect with others. Outside of Women in Media, Emma is also the President of the Society of Broadcasting club. In her free time, she loves to sing, act, read, and write. 


Onyinye Ekwulugo


Onyinye Ekwulugo is a 3rd year Broadcast Media studies student at Mount Royal University. Her role in the Women in Media Society (WIM) is the VP of Student relations. She is one of the founding members of WIM and is passionate about the representation of black women in the media. Aside from WIM, Onyinye is also the VP of Digital Content for the Society of Broadcasting. She also runs a small custom cake decorating business that fills her free time.


Ella Finstad Meakin 


Ella Finstad Meakin is a 3rd year Broadcasting student at Mount Royal University and the VP of Productions for the Women in Media Society (WIM). She is passionate about women's issues and having safe spaces for women to come together in male-dominated fields. As she pursues her minor in Women and Gender Studies, Ella is excited to bring forward high-quality female-focus media to the forefront and encouraging women and girls with WIM projects!


Vox Dei Arenajo


Vox Dei Arenajo is a Broadcast Media Student at Mount Royal University. She is the current VP of Digital Content of Women In Media (WIM). Vox joined WIM to represent her fellow POCs and to be a voice for those that are underrepresented and unheard in the media. Getting and thinking out of the box is one of her specialties and she hopes to reflect and show off her creativity during her time at WIM.