Marsha Garces Williams
Blue Wolf Productions
Marsha Garces Williams spent many years navigating the wilds of Hollywood film production at the helm of her company Blue Wolf Productions. She produced Mrs. Doubtfire, Patch Adams, Jakob the Liar, and Robin Williams Live on Broadway 2002. She has mostly retired from those endeavors, although she has a small production company with her daughter Zelda.
Through The Windfall Foundation, she and her then husband focused their family philanthropic efforts on children’s health and education, the environment, and the arts, globally and locally in California. Currently, she sits on two boards, Seacology and the Andre Agassi Foundation. Seacology is an environmental group whose sole purpose is preserving the biodiversity of islands throughout the world. The Andre Agassi Foundation is dedicated to transforming US public education for underserved youth. She also sat on the Board of Advisors for Doctors Without Borders (MSF) for many years.
As part of her ongoing education and philanthropy, she currently spends a good portion of her time in some of the more remote parts of the world, learning about other peoples and their cultures. She considers her three adult children her most successful and rewarding lifelong adventure.