Jill Soloway is currently the Executive Producer of Showtime's *United States of Tara*. For four years Jill was a writer/Co-Executive Producer of HBO's *Six Feet Under*. She also worked on *Grey's Anatomy*, *Tell Me You Love Me*, and *Dirty Sexy Money*. Jill is in pre-production to direct her first feature film, *Tricycle*, and is writing the screenplay for *Marry Him*, a romantic comedy, for Warner Brothers and Tobey Maguire. She also adapted the screenplay for the sorority book *Pledged*. She is the author of the best-selling *Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants*, a hilarious, dirty, sad collection of essays and rants that was hailed as a post-feminist manifesto for the next generation. She is currently writing *And Then What*, a young adult novel for Harper Collins. It's about best friends, money and power that travels from Echo Park to Malibu and back again. Jill started off doing theater with her sister Faith in Chicago, where they created the stage phenomenon *The Real Live Brady Bunch*. Jill also created *Sit n' Spin*, a twice-monthly, standing-room-only night of comedic monologues and music. Recently, she co-founded OBJECT, a non-profit that seeks to engage young women in fun feminist activism.