Captain Planet Foundation Board
Founder & Filmmaker
Kiki Goshay is the founder of Goshay Productions, where she has worked on both narrative and documentary films. Her passion is to use the media for positive social impact.
- Empowered, documentary film celebrating the research, technology, innovation and collaboration that has paved the way for a renewable energy future. Producer/Director 2019
- Not Alone, documentary film created to shed light and end the stigma around teen mental illness and prevent youth suicide. Producer/Director 2017
- The Job, feature film. Producer, 2008
- Shades of Green, television pilot. Producer, 2008
- How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company… and Enjoy It, feature documentary film on the life of black filmmaker, Melvin Van Peebles. Executive Producer, 2004
Kiki is an active advocate for the environment and children. She became a licensed foster care parent in 2012. Raising children who come into foster care, she has become a passionate supporter of organizations that assist underprivileged children with their mental health and education. She is a board member of Greenlight Clinic, a free mental health clinic for 14-26 year olds.
Kiki was a founding Board Member of Cool The Earth, a free, ready-to-run climate change assembly program that educated K-8 students and their families about climate change and inspired them to take simple actions to reduce carbon emissions.
Kiki has demonstrated her strong commitment to a better environment by designing and building a sustainable LEED Gold house (built in 2013).
From 1988 to 2000, Kiki created, manufactured, and marketed a line of organic snack foods through her company Mill Valley Organic & Natural Foods.