The audio from the two different mics on the first video is out of sync.
As an editor, you should absolutely have to concern yourself with coloring. Sure, if you're going to work with a colorist, they're going to scrap everything you did before they dive in, but don't you want your client to see a good representation of what your project will ultimately look like when you're making revisions and edits? That's like not doing any audio work because you're going to send it out to a sound engineer anyway so who cares what it sounds like right now. It also offers direction for the pros you're going to send the project out to, so they see what the client/director/producer is looking for and they can dive right into that. Huge timesaver.
Basically, there should be a way to take all of the information found in these places and put into one master list of Music and Sound resources.
It's going in reverse.
I think that you could have taken everything you typed out in text over 2 minutes and said it in 30 seconds. Watching it gave me no insight on who you are, what you are capable of, what your film is about, and why I should care. I'm not trying to be offensive, really, just critical.
She's suggesting that you're crowd funding campaign video doesn't have to be, and shouldn't be, just talking head. This video that you have just watched above is an interview, not produced by the speaker. There's a pretty big difference between trying to entice someone into joining your project and an interview - the latter being that the sole purpose is to get the insight and opinion of the subject.