Kelli Joan Bennett is an American actress, producer, writer, entrepreneur and advocate of creative thinking. Bennett produced the feature documentary, High School 911, which explores how a 40-year-old EMS organization in Darien, CT is still going strong even though it’s run and operated entirely by teenagers. The film is currently in post-production and is scheduled to be finished in 2016. For more information visit www.HighSchool911TheMovie.com She produced and starred in the thriller, Collusions, with Tom Everett Scott and Tembi Locke. It is currently in post-production and is scheduled to be completed in 2016. For more information on the cast and crew visit www.Collusionsthemovie.com Bennett launched ThinkOutsideTheBoxInsideTheBox.com, a call-to-create campaign that is a way of thinking that empowers individuals to push past limitations, both real and imagined in their lives and create from wherever they are with whatever they have right now. Bennett is the founder of Think Outside The Box Inside The Box Media, which creates entertaining, engaging and compelling feature films, documentaries and other forms of media with a focus on stories and characters that create awareness of real issues that shape our lives and help us or keep us from creating. She currently has three features in development. As an actress, Bennett played Mrs. Harris in the world premiere play, The Columbine Project, in the first Los Angeles run and Off-Broadway. Bennett founded Scriptapalooza, Inc. along with two partners. That company has launched and continues to launch countless writers’ careers. She graduated with a degree in Theatre Arts from California State University, Fullerton and resides in the Los Angeles area.