Birgitte Rasine is a storyteller, journalist, and producer whose mission is to drive cultural and societal change through cross-disciplinary products, initiatives and marketing strategies. Standing in the worlds of myth and imagination on the one foot, and technology and business on the other, she is the quintessential A.P.E.: Author, Producer, Entrepreneur. Her work marries sustainability with spirituality, digital with print and mobile, and art with technology.
A former journalist and screenwriter for the Hollywood film industry, Birgitte serves as the Chief Evolution Officer (CEO) of LUCITÀ, an interactive content publishing and communications firm based in Silicon Valley. Over the course of her career, Birgitte has worked with companies, non profit organizations, and government entities on four continents, including Apple, NASA, Business Leaders Initiative for Human Rights, ICLEI, EFMD, EABIS, Narus, Navigant Consulting, UBF Consulting, Fictiv and many others.
She is also the author of numerous literary works and articles, and has spoken on topics ranging from media to sustainability on three continents. Her books and mobile apps have been recognized by design and publishing awards and honors from organizations such as the International Academy of Visual Arts in Los Angeles, Press 53, the Eric Hoffer Award, and the Alliance of Independent Authors.
Birgitte holds a BA in Film Aesthetics from Stanford University, studied cinematography at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and completed a professional Masters degree in international relations in Spanish at the Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset in Madrid, Spain. A member of various literary and professional organizations including the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), the Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG), and the California Health Medical Reserve Corps (CH-MRC), among others, and she sits on the Board of Directors of the American Fund for Czech and Slovak Leadership Studies in New York City that supports young leaders in healthcare, education, and the environment. She speaks 5 languages, has finally learned to roller blade, and enjoys home-cooked meals. She lives in Northern California with her family.