BAYCAT exists to end racial, gender and economic inequity by creating powerful, authentic media while diversifying the creative industry. Through the education and employment of low-income youth, young people of color, and young women in the Bay Area, and producing media for socially-minded clients, they are changing the stories that get shared with the world. In the past 15 years, BAYCAT has educated more than 4,250 youth and launched more than 225 careers in filmmaking and storytelling.