Marta M. Mobley

Marta M. Mobley

Creating positive, transformative, world-changing media

My mission is to join thoughtful citizens and other industry leaders to create positive, transformative, world-changing media. I truly believe that if enough people join together and shift their way of being and thinking, we will make a great leap for humankind; living from a perspective beyond the individual, recognizing that there is more to this world than what we know and that we are infinitely connected.

Our world needs life-changing, transformative media that has new media role models of all races, abilities, disabilities, ethnicities and religious backgrounds. For a change, it would be great to see others like us facing daily life challenges, what they learn from those challenges, and most importantly, how they can grow and overcome those challenges.

I am dedicated to creating media that inspires viewers and reminds them of their better selves. Every choice an individual makes can affect everyone around them in addition to our whole world. I believe that by creating more positive media, which at its core shows a healthier way of being and thinking, we can change our world.


Over the last fifteen years, Marta has worked on over 65 independent film and television projects, producing more than 40 films, four reality series, and two drama series for HBO, Lifetime Television, The Disney Channel, The Hallmark Channel, The FX Channel, Showtime, Starz, Cinemax, The Sci-Fi Channel, TV Land and AMC.

Marta recently produced two films for Lifetime Television, “Amish Grace” (the highest rated movie in Lifetime’s 10 year history and winner of The Christopher Award) and “Secrets in the Walls.” In addition she produced the biopic, “Journey to Jamaa” with World Vision & Believe Pictures. In 2009-2010 she produced three films for The Hallmark Channel, “Safe Harbor,” “Mrs. Washington Goes To Smith” and “Citizen Jane.”

Marta spent five years as Studio Head/Vice President of Production and one year as Vice President of Worldwide Distribution for Roger Corman’s Concorde-New Horizons Entertainment. She was also the Vice President of Production for the award-winning DNA Studio.

Marta is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and on the board of the Television Academy Blue Ribbon Panel that awards the Fred Rogers (“Mr. Rogers”) Memorial Scholarship. Marta has been a board member for The American Heart Association, Explorers, The New Media Foundation, The Center for Living and The Variety Club, and has given lectures or served on panels at UCLA, SUNY-Purchase, SONY Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Chapman University, AFM, Hollywood Film Institute and The New York Film Finance Forum.


“At the center of the universe is a loving heart that continues to beat and that wants the best for every person. Anything we can do to help foster the intellect and spirit and emotional growth of our fellow human beings, that is our job. Those of us who have this particular vision must continue against all odds. Life is for service.” – Fred Rogers