The United Ladies Script Club empowers femxle screenwriters to build lasting, creative, supportive relationships within the entertainment industry through our monthly panels, expansive workshops, and networking events. We aim to inspire our members to be their most authentic selves in their creative and professional pursuits.

*Writers must have representation and/or have had work produced to qualify for membership.


Christina Campagnola is a literary manager and producer at Imagine Artist Management, the latest venture of Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment. Previously, Christina was an agent in the Motion Picture literary department at the Agency for the Performing Arts. She serves on the Dean’s Council of the Florida State University Film School, where she received a B.F.A in film production.



Rachel is a TV/Film writer with a focus on grounded comedy. She is currently writing a biopic feature about the founder of OPI Nail Lacquer, Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. Previously, she was a Contributing Writer/Digital Associate Producer on Tosh.0 for over four years.


Rachel made the final round for the Creator's Program at Comedy Central, has been a finalist for the WB Writer's Workshop and in the Top Ten for Final Draft's Big Break competition. She has experience in writing films, TV, shorts, sketches, standup, and late night. Additionally, her work has been featured on McSweeney's Internet Tendency, NickMom, XOJane, and in two college textbooks on comedy that her mom keeps on her coffee table. 


Director of Operations

Morgan Pichinson is the President of Julianne Hough's Canary House Productions, focusing on stories about self-discovery, transformation, and identity. She is also the founder of Squad Goals, another female driven organization for executives, representatives and producers. After graduating from Indiana University, Morgan started her career as an assistant in motion picture and television lit at Verve Talent & Literary Agency, at the motion picture studio STX Entertainment, and Mosaic Media Group, an LA-based management and production company. There she became Director of Development for both Film and TV, where she focused on comedy and worked on projects like Jordan Peele's WEIRD CITY.     



"I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass."

― Maya Angelou