In 2010, Pizano founded MVP3 Entertainment Group based in Memphis, which celebrates her passion of bringing together film, music and community. MVP3 now includes a record label and a film company along with a talent management agency. She has stablished a slate of films that are in development for production and has built a catalog of music. Pizano is best known as executive producer of the multi award-winning documentary called, “Momo: The Sam Giancana Story” (Bel-Air Film Fest, Monaco Film Fest and Hollywood Reel).
She is also producer of “Finding My Yes with Mind, body and Soul” released with Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul Series) and the award winning documentary “Shannon Street: Echoes Under A Blood Red Moon”.
Pizano has been on many charitable boards that help women and children, including St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Commission on Missing & Exploited Children, International Children’s Hear Foundation and has served a chair for the Go Red For Women American Heart Association. She has been honored as one of the Distinguished Women for St. Jude and and honorees of The Invincible Women Award and recipient of Women in Business Award. She is a dedicated loving mom first but her passion is films, music and community.
Marie Pizano is a speaker and author, sharing her own story to empower. She is an advocate for children, women and men. She is a spokesperson for domestic violence with Amanda’s Way. She is helping to spearhead changing and reforming family law, while working with leaders to pass laws. She is endorsed by Morgan Freeman and has won several awards for her films and charitable work. She has been recently nominated as a SHERO recognized by Thrive Global, a platform created by the former CEO/Founder, Adrianna Huffington of the Huffington Post. Marie has teamed up with co-Executive Producers Robin C. Adams and Frank J. Fernandez, co-founders of FOOTPRINT NETWORK TV and created her own channel and upcoming Network in development. She currently writes for Bluff City Magazine https://www.