Gia was born in East New York and grew up in Brownsville Brooklyn, New York, a notorious working poor neighborhood. A US Army veteran, she was a Counterintelligence Agent as well as a Military Intelligence Analyst during her ten-year career in the Army. She is also CSI certified. She moved to Southern Arizona and lived in a historic (haunted) house in Tombstone, Arizona, until 2017. Gia recently completed a mentorship with Alex Robb of Insignia Entertainment. She completed her feature length screenplay, Bloody Mary: Avenging Angel (selected in the 2019 First Ten Pages Scriptwriting Contest), under the mentorship of Ben Everard, executive producer of Lights Out.
Teenager Ruby Henderson finds herself in mortal danger when she investigates the murder of her best friend while navigating life as a Black girl growing up in an African American – Chinese immigrant town in the Delta in 1935.
A military policeman, a former child soldier, and an ex-convict accountant work for the Roadhouse Mafia, a vigilante group organized to help victims of crime who have been failed by traditional law enforcement