/The Project

The Chasing Grace Project is a documentary series about women in tech.


The Project seeks to build a more inclusive and transparent culture in tech and to recruit and retain women to help build the future. If we don’t have everyone at the table today, we risk living in a less inclusive world tomorrow. The Project also gives women a platform to be seen and heard for their experiences. Stories are exclusively our own and have the power to change culture and transform others.


/The Filmmakers

The Chasing Grace Project is produced by reTHINKit Media, co-founded by Jennifer Cloer, writer and director, and Gary Schillinger, producer and editor.


Jennifer Cloer


Jennifer is the Chief Executive Officer of reTHINKit Media, where she co-produces independent work like the Chasing Grace Project and partners with clients to identify their unique story, produce content in multiple formats to support those stories and to amplify them through strategic PR and social media programs. Her career has been dedicated to telling the stories that have defined a generation of technologists, from the men and women who started Creative Commons to Google’s first I/O Conference and more. For more than 17 years, Jennifer has been a woman in tech and has been recognized for her storytelling acumen by BusinessInsider, who ranked her among the best PR people in tech for her video storytelling works. She was most recently VP of communications at The Linux Foundation, where she oversaw brand storytelling and team of PR, social media and video production professionals. Prior to that, she was vice president at Page One PR and held posts both in house and at agency in communications. In addition to her BusinessInsider recognition, CIO.com identified her as one of the most influential women in open source.


Gary Schillinger


Gary is the Chief Creative Officer at reTHINKit Media and is an accomplished editor and director of photography. He has shot and edited documentary films, music videos, commercials, corporate videos, sports events, news and segments for national news magazines. He is a Humane Society ACE grant award winner for editing the highly-acclaimed feature documentary, "The Eyes of Thailand," which premiered at the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012 and has gone on to receive numerous awards. Gary has also worked with a variety of brands on video production work, including Apple, Google, Pixar, The Linux Foundation, The Food Network, IGN, CNN, Cisco, Audi, Mitsubishi, Robert Mondavi, McAfee and Inside Edition. He is a professional musician and composer, writing music for national commercials and online campaigns.