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Valerie Red-Horse Mohl

writer/director/producer Mankiller, Naturally Native, True Whispers: The Story of the Navajo Code Talkers, Choctaw Code Talkers, My Indian Summer

Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, a filmmaker of Cherokee ancestry, is the Director/Producer (in collaboration with Gale Anne Hurd of Valhalla Entertainment) for Vision Maker Media/PBS, of MANKILLER. Red-Horse Mohl’s body of work spans over two decades of film and television content creation and production.  A graduate of UCLA’s Theater/Film Program, Red-Horse Mohl has produced, directed and written over a dozen award winning films and television programs including, NATURALLY NATIVE (Sundance Feature), TRUE WHISPERS: THE STORY OF THE NAVAJO CODE TALKERS (PBS), CHOCTAW CODE TALKERS (PBS), POP HUNTER’S DEW DROP INN (PBS), DIVERSITY IN THE DELTA (PBS), MY INDIAN SUMMER (CBS) and BEAUTY (NBC).    Red-Horse Mohl is a member of the Directors Guild and Screen Actors Guild and was inducted into the NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) Hall of Fame in 2008.  In addition to her entertainment expertise, Ms. Red-Horse is an investment banker serving as owner/founder of Red-Horse Financial Group, Inc.; she holds seven FINRA securities licenses and has raised/structured over $3 billion in capital for American Indian Tribal Nations.  Red-Horse Mohl is also the founder of three non-profit organizations, has been married since 1982 to former NFL player, Curt Mohl with whom she has three children.