2023 Doula Expo by MamaGlow | Event Highlights Video
Chosen to be the corporate videographer for the third year in a row for the 2023 Doula Expo by Mama Glow at Hudson Yards, The World is Rich Productions LLC played a crucial role in showcasing the event as a beacon of thought leadership in maternal health. Our corporate events recap video was more than a mere documentation; it was a story-driven journey that illuminated the brand's mission and highlighted the importance of the event. Our focus was on illustrating the profound mission of Latham Thomas and her brand, Mama Glow, through our story-driven corporate video production.
Latham Thomas, the visionary behind Mama Glow, has been a formidable advocate for maternal health, particularly for Black birthing individuals. Her mission to address the stark disparities in black maternal health is both urgent and vital. In our capacity as a non-profit videographer, we aimed to convey the essence of this mission, highlighting how Mama Glow is leading the charge in transforming maternal healthcare.
We want to express our gratitude to the passionate speakers, attendees, community members, brand partners, and the creative and production teams. Your unwavering commitment and dedication are the heart and soul of this event. A special shout-out to Kathy Romero for her unwavering belief in our vision and her exceptional ability to turn dreams into reality, and to Tatyana Ali for her inspiring role as the emcee. The beautiful melodies by DJ Rashida created a harmonious backdrop for the event, while Victory Boyd's angelic voice added a magical touch to our footage. We also want to thank all the brand partners for their invaluable support.
Without your commitment to making a difference, events like this would not be possible. At The World is Rich Productions, we strive to tell stories that matter. Stories that inspire change. Stories that make a difference. We invite you to join us in celebrating and supporting the relentless efforts of those combatting the black maternal health crisis. Together, we can pave the way for a more equitable future in birth work.