Wendy Stapleton

Wendy Stapleton has been a member of UNICEF’s Next Generation for 4 years and also serves as the chairwoman for the Greenwich, CT chapter of UNICEF. Wendy graduated from The University of Michigan in 1999 and received a masters in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California in 2005.

Wendy is the founder of the FXB Colombrilla program which helped 80 families in Baranquilla, Colombia affected with HIV/AIDS find permanent sustainable solutions to lift their families out of poverty. She also serves on the board of The Voice Project which helps child soldiers in Uganda.

Wendy is the Executive Director of the Greenwich International Film Festival and founder of GIFF Productions. She lives in Greenwich, CT with her husband and 3 children.