Nina May is the Founder and Chairman of the Renaissance Women which is an educational non-profit foundation with international and production training programs and opportunities for internships on media projects.
Nina was the writer, producer, director of the award winning family friendly dramedy, “Life Fine Tuned,” which won the International Family Film Festival in Hollywood, 2012 and over 14 other awards. She was an Associate Producer of “Beyond the Mask,” and wrote and produced “Marked” and “Sweet Victory,” two shorts selected for the 168 Film Festival.
Nina produced, directed, wrote and edited the award-winning documentary Emancipation Revelation Revolution, about the history of the civil rights movement in America, and the role that both political parties played in it. It won the Noir Film Festival in San Diego and was featured at the Liberty Film Festival in Hollywood. She also produced and directed the sequel, “Reparations: Who Should Pay?”
Nina produced and hosted “An American Renaissance” T.V. show and wrote and produced daily radio commentaries available on 1800 stations nationwide, as well as dozens of documentaries on a variety of subjects.
As Chairman of the Renaissance Foundation, Nina has testified on a number of occasions before the United Nations General Assembly and before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on a variety of issues and has worked with several countries, establishing exchange programs for students and leaders.
From 1980 through 1995, Nina was president of Nina May Design / Publications, specializing in congressional publications for over 150 congressional offices. Nina was also the publisher/editor of Paradigm 2000 magazine, and Renaissance Magazine.
Nina serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations including the Recreation Wish List Committee, in Washington DC, that built the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center. She also serves on the Board of Castleton Festival, which produces quality classical concerts and operas for music students around the world to participate in. She is on the Film Committee of the NRB and a board member.
Nina is an artist, writer, producer and holds a second degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and in her spare time works on construction projects.
- Nina May – Townhall.com
- Renaissance Foundation
- Renaissance Women Productions
- Pursuing Your Passions – Chaos Solutions / BlogTalkRadio