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About Our Founder & Director

In 1998 MoriEl Randolph founded the 501 c3 nonprofit Songs with Meaning, Inc. (SwM).  She has served as its Executive Director and head writer for over twenty years. 


Since then, MoriEl developed into an Award Winning Screenwriter, Author, and Film Director of Family and Faith-Based films, including Impressions, and serving as a one-woman crew for the short film DUST, along with seven community short films.
She's taught hundreds of young students, ages 3 to 18, valuable life and decision-making skills through Art for Growth programs, literature, and the performing arts.


Mrs. Randolph also holds a B.S. in Cinematography, graduating as Valedictorian from Full Sail University, and a Master's Degree in Creative Writing.​​

With all that said, she is first and foremost a disciple of Christ and considers her work for SwM, films, and theatrical projects a ministry.  The mission of her ministry is to enlighten and enrich lives through the performing arts and visual storytelling, especially those of younger generations. In 2021, through the guidance of GOD, MoriEl led SwM into a national initiative, launching the trade name Community Flicks.

Visit  for more information about MoriEl's books.  All proceeds from book purchases go to support SwM services.

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