Teri Calder

Teri has a great passion for social impact storytelling and engaging audiences across platforms. She joined Media Stockade in June 2015 and heads the company's impact campaign consultancy. Teri is the impact producer for Media Stockade’s Call Me Dad (ABC) and The Opposition as well as Tony Presscot’s Legacy: A Ride to Conquer MND and Taryn Brumfitt’s Embrace. Her career has spanned almost 20 years across both the screen industry and the not-for-profit sector. She has extensive experience both in Australia and internationally working in communications, campaigning, project management and fundraising roles for organisations such as Greenpeace, the Medical Association for the Prevention of War, Jubilee Australia and New Zealand’s Council for International Development. From 2010- 2015, Teri worked with Screen Australia in two roles, first managing the agency’s communications and then the feature distribution program. She has worked with boutique Australian distributors running national campaigns for social impact films such as the award-winning Canadian feature documentaries The Corporation and The Take. She also co-distributed the Canadian feature documentary Scared Sacred and the Oscar nominated German feature film Sophie Scholl – The Final Days. She studied journalism and has a Post Graduate Diploma in social inquiry from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Certificate in documentary production from the Australian Film Television and Radio School.