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Dayton Filmmakers Confront Addiction Stigma By Sharing Stories Of Hope


Indigo Life Media

Making a difference can be embedded into every action we make, in business and in our personal lives. This is the common thread among the most inspiring stories of social impact today.

I recently shared a story about a woman who used her love of fashion to launch a boutique that provides clothing and dignity to survivors of sex trafficking. Before that, I shared a story about how Mastercard is using their long-standing leadership in the payments industry to help refugees.

Now, meet Lauren White.

White is a Dayton, Ohio, native and the co-founder of Indigo Life Media. Alongside her husband, Andrew, she and her team of filmmakers are using their gifts in videography to share untold stories of hope and recovery.

Passion for Community

White says her passion for giving back started in college when she had the opportunity to use her skills in marketing and public relations to help nonprofits. Using these same skills at Indigo Life today, White says she’s passionate about her community and wants “to elevate the awareness and attitude about the good happening in Dayton.”

Through projects like the Dayton Music Video to a new project called I AM, a video series following five women with weight struggles on their journey to spiritual, emotional and physical wellness, there’s a tangible sense of celebration in the videos Indigo Life shares about their hometown.

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