Carla Blumenthal, Program Manager, Funny Girls
Carla serves as the Program Manager for Funny Girls. As a child and teenager, she was heavily involved in community theatre in her hometown outside of Philadelphia. Combining her love for theatre and desire to empower girls to feel confident and whole, Carla is incredibly excited to give shape to the Funny Girls program. Currently, Carla runs tea+purpose, an organization that hosts tea groups for women in their 20s and 30s to connect more deeply with themselves in community with others. Previously, Carla worked at KIND Snacks, the socially-conscious health foods company, where she lead all social media activities and campaigns. She started her career at MRY, a social media agency, where she lead campaigns for clients such as Microsoft, Visa, and Women Deliver’s crowdfunding platform Catapult. In the past, she’s volunteered extensively with She’s the First and was a co-founder of the Hurricane Sandy relief effort, Eat Down Tip Up, featured on CNN and the New York Post. Carla holds an M.A from Emerson College’s Global Marketing and Advertising program and a B.A from James Madison University. She resides in Brooklyn.