Ginny Suss is a producer, content creator, and cultural curator who heads up her own company, Ginny Suss Productions. Regularly involved in social justice work, Ginny was a founder of, and producer for the Women's March on Washington in January 2017. As the founder of OkayAfrica.com and the former Vice President of Okayplayer.com, two music and culture based media companies, she’s been invested in creating platforms for music, arts and culture often overlooked in mainstream media for over 13 years.
Ginny co-founded and manages an all women’s chorus, the Resistance Revival Chorus, which is focused on protest music, and has performed with Kesha at the 2018 Grammys, and with Jim James on The Tonight Show. She has worked for The Roots (the house band for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon) in various capacities including Tour Management, production, and content creation for the past 15 years, most recently specializing in video production.
Ginny was the Executive Producer for Girls Who Code's "Sisterhood" campaign that won a Webby Award in 2019. She created an animated story-telling series focused on musicians called "Storyville" currently on TBS. She has dipped her toes in almost every aspect of the music industry over the past 15 years - as an artist manager, event producer, album producer, photographer, tour manager, writer, media company owner, creative director, video producer, creative director, curator, merchandise creator and distributor, and more. She's known for her photography as well, particularly focused on music, activism and portraiture. She earned her BA from Williams College in Art History and Political Science.