Sarah Ullman is a progress-minded filmmaker and advocate for equity in all its forms. Founder of "One Vote At A Time," a grassroots SuperPAC that creates compelling political campaign ads directed by female filmmakers, Ullman believes that storytelling has the power to galvanize citizens and move society forward.
She has created films on a myriad of issues, most recently food justice for ATTN: with Zooey Deschanel, and gun violence for Joss Whedon’s progressive SuperPAC "Save The Day." In the 2017 election cycle, she produced campaign ads for 19 candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates; Sarah worked with 10 out of the 15 Virginia Democrats who flipped seats from red to blue in a "blue wave" election. She also directed the powerful political comedy video #DoYourJob, which garnered 11M views and 200K shares online. Sarah is the creator of The Jungle, a newsletter about the digital video ecosystem with an audience of studio heads, agents, executives, and content creators. Her production company, Master Plan, provides production and consulting services. Sarah has worked for and with companies and organizations like Maker Studios, DisneyXD, ATTN:, NFL, Paramount, Superfly, Reach Agency, Nestlé Toll House, Purina, JASH, SoulPancake, @radicalmedia, ICM, and The Media Impact Project.