Gianna Gragnani (Co-Producer)

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Gianna Gragnani attended Loyola Marymount University where she majored in Communications Research and minored in Theater Arts. She launched her own web development and design company called Pride Pixel in February of 2008 which specializes in highly customized service for socially positive companies that are just starting out or in need of complete rebranding overhauls.

Interested in creating a positive influence, some of her client examples include; teaching children foreign languages, saving animals and providing aide for schools and teachers associations. Pride Pixel has helped to build sites which expose the rampant problem of online roulette child sex slavery in foreign countries and showcased films that promote world citizenship, among other important concerns.

Gragnani sought to be involved and gave multiple speeches to the Inglewood Unified Board of Education on “Community through Technology” resulting in her company being tasked with the job of rebuilding of the entire district’s online communication systems and internet presence. By inspiring community involvement and support from fellow colleagues, Gragnani was able to provide the district with an estimated $30,000 worth of web development and design hours free of charge. In May of 2010 Gianna Gragnani was presented with an Award of Recognition from the IUSD Board of Education for her wildly successful and streamlined efforts.

When she is not off saving the world one website at a time, Gragnani can be found traveling the globe and photographing it. Moved by the unspoken subtleties within an image, Gragnani possesses a keen eye for documentary-style photography, which is what initially intrigued her to get involved with The Power Team Story. Her dynamic photos have graced the pages of Rolling Stone Magazine and she has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam; galleries of which can be viewed on her personal photography site, http://giannagragnani.com/.

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