Marie Pizano is the CEO/Founder of MVP3 Entertainment Group, a Film Production, Music Publishing and Talent Management Company. She is the Author of "From Barefoot To Stilettos, it's not for sissies", and the television host of the show, THE MVP3 TV Show: The Making of an Empire which airs on CW30. Pizano is also the Executive Producer of the multi award-winning documentary, Momo: The Sam Giancana Story. While in process of building her entertainment powerhouse, she had the idea of creating a superhero from the From Barefoot To Stilettos Brand. Pizano envisioned a female superhero that could inspire, empower and market mainstream. She has now partnered with Dave Ulanski, Ron Frenz and the talented comic book team, to bring her superhero, Stiletto: The Powerhouse Baroness vision to life. Pizano has also partnered with writer/producer, Tom Malloy and they are now developing the movie version inspired by this comic book. For more information about Marie, please visit www.FromBarefoot toStilettos.com
Dave Ulanski has been in the comic book business since the early 1990’s, contributing as writer, a penciler, an inker, a letterer, a cover artist, an editor, art director, and co-publisher over the following twenty-five years. Ulanski co-founded Chicago-based publisher Moonstone in 1995, and created, wrote and illustrated their first series, Mr. Nightmare’s Wonderful World. He worked on various one-shots and numerous horror projects in both comic and prose form, and became the regular writer on Kolchak: Tales of the Night Stalker based off the 1970’s TV show starring Darren McGavin.
Ron Frenz began working for Marvel Comics in the early 1980s. Frenz's early work includes such titles as Ka-Zar the Savage, Star Wars, and The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones. Frenz became the regular artist on The Amazing Spider-Man in 1984 and the stories he pencilled included "The Kid Who Collects Spider-Man" in issue #248, and the first appearance of Spider-Man's black costume in issue #252. Ron went on to pencil The Mighty Thor for several years, followed by Spider-Girl after at stint on Superman at DC Comics. He has illustrated countless titles for various companies over the years, and continues to do so.