Amy Sewell (born 1963) is an American author and filmmaker, best known for ''Mad Hot Ballroom'' (Paramount, 2005), in which she debuted as a film writer and producer.
Sewell is also the founder/director of a non-profit organization, Give It Up for the ARTS. The non-profit's main mission is to help kids gain exposure to the arts.
Although born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1963, Sewell grew up in suburban Chicago and Detroit. In 1985, she earned a degree in marketing and communications from the University of Michigan.
After working in marketing for several years, Sewell enrolled in Schiller International University, located in Paris, France, where she studied business administration. Armed with a Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Sewell moved to New York in 1989.
In NYC, Sewell spent 15 years as a marketing executive in the publishing industry before leaving corporate America to spend more time at home with her twin daughters. Following a short stint as a stay-at-home mom, Sewell soon re-entered the workplace as a writer, reporting local stories for her neighborhood newspaper, the ''Tribeca Trib'', in lower Manhattan. In July 2003, following the publication of a feature story in the Tribeca Trib about New York City public school children studying ballroom dance, Sewell joined forces with film producer Marilyn Agrelo to turn her story into the hit documentary ''Mad Hot Ballroom.''
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