Johanna Divine is a songwriter, singer, filmmaker, and writer whose roots in the most culturally rich pockets of the South - from Tennessee to Texas, Florida to Louisiana – have inspired a soulful and wide-ranging body of work. In 2010, she released her acclaimed solo CD "Mile High Rodeo," brought her original burlesque-inspired musical, "Le Rêve des Marionettes," to the famous La MaMa Theatre in New York, and toured with Michelle Shocked. Johanna produced and directed Young Agrarians, a film documenting the next generation of farmers and ranchers that chosen as part of the fifth annual Media That Matters Film Festival. The film received the Nourishing Change Award from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. In 2006, the film was featured as part of Slow Food's Terra Madre World Meeting in Turin, Italy, and in 2007 was shown in Melbourne, Australia, as part of the Sustainable Living Festival. She was a member of the 2004-2006 class of Food and Society Fellows.