Jennifer Clary is a film director and entrepreneur with a mission to share impactful stories and sustainable products. As co-founder & CEO of The Baby Box Co., Clary leads a team which is highly committed to providing new parents and children with the vital, equitable education and resources needed for an infant’s safe start in life. Clary launched the business in 2013 and since then, has expanded product distribution exponentially, expecting to reach 5 million families globally via the company’s educational platform, Baby Box University by 2018. As a director, Jennifer’s first feature film, The Silent Thief, screened at over 30 festivals internationally and was distributed by HBO. She is currently producing and directing The Potters, an animated musical, with the Italian company Inky Mind and UK partner SC Films. Jennifer is also attached to direct How to Cook Your Daughter, a biopic starring Jaime King, which chronicles Jessica Hendra's experience growing up as the abused daughter of a prominent National Lampoon editor. Prior to starting The Baby Box Co., Clary launched Gobble Green in 2009, which was the first nationwide plant-based meal delivery service in the United States. Clary is a graduate of Vassar and resides in Los Angeles, CA.