Stephanie joined forces with Michael and Michelle Walrath in 2008 to start Atlas Films.
Michael co-founded Atlas Films
in 2008 with his wife Michelle
and Stephanie Soechtig with the goal of creating entertaining films with a social message.
Founder, Atlas Films
Michelle Walrath is founder and executive director of the Walrath Family Foundation.
The foundation is dedicated to having a positive impact on our environment, and furthering awareness of conservation and sustainable practices.
The foundation considers the social, economic and health impact of environmental issues, with a special focus on children's health.
They seek to help make a difference through education, awareness and direct support of organizations committed to the same issues.
In addition to her work with the foundation, Michelle is an active member of the community at Holy Child Academy, where her three children attend school.
Working with a group of dedicated parents, Michelle
has helped implement many green, child-safe initiatives during the last 3 years at Holy Child
Michelle has a Master's degree in elementary education and an undergraduate degree from the University of Richmond, where she was a double major in health and women's studies.
She also earned a yoga teaching degree and teaches children's yoga classes.
was born and raised in Long Island, NY, where she
lives with her
husband and children.
As an avid yoga practitioner and environmentalist, she
time to teach her
family and friends about the importance of our health and the steps we can take to improve both our world and our lives.
co-founded Atlas Films
with her husband Michael and Stephanie Soechtig with the goal of creating entertaining films with social messages.
Sarah Gibson co-produces the film, sponsored by Unity College, while Michael and Michelle Walrath are executive producers.
I remember the exact day our Executive Producer, Michelle Walrath sent me a link to a video of the Garbage Patch.