Nicole Wensel is an an award-winning actress, writer and director, best known for writing, directing and starring in the indie feature film, Quarter Life Coach.
Born in Palo Alto, she grew up in Katy, Texas and attended college at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. While at USC, Nicole studied acting, filmmaking and entrepreneurship and graduated with a B.A. in Film Production. She owns and operates the production company, Conscious Cinema Co., which focuses on social impact filmmaking. She is a dedicated activist for women’s empowerment in the film industry and beyond and is an active member of Film Fatales, Alliance of Women Directors, Women Intersectional Moving Picture Salon and Film Powered.
She loves using her passion for storytelling and experience in social justice PR and cinema to help other socially conscious artists and brands get more exposure for their work. She specializes in helping for-profit + for-good businesses and thought leaders to use emotionally engaging storytelling to connect on a deep level with audiences, so that they may share their work and spread their message in way that makes a significant impact and galvanizes action around key social issues of our time.