Dominique Bravo is an attorney with nearly 20 years of experience representing artists, labor unions, and other individuals and organizations in a wide range of legal issues. She specializes in employment and entertainment law, and provides general management counsel to a number of arts and non-profit organizations. She began her career with the New York law firm of Cohen, Weiss and Simon and previously served as general counsel to the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). She currently serves as special counsel to AFTRA in matters concerning sound recording artists, and has a private practice representing individuals and organizations in the arts and entertainment fields. Dominique also serves as an officer on the Board of Directors of Performance Space 122 and on the Board of Directors of the Montessori Day School of Brooklyn.
Bari George is a communications and management specialist who has worked for 25 years with lead organizations in the nonprofit sector. She excels at bringing experts together to collaboratively inform and drive innovative and productive solutions. Her connections extend across the nonprofit world, including leaders in the environmental, health, consumer, child welfare, international, human rights, education, arts and labor sectors. Bari was formerly the Director of National Advertising for Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the VP of Accounts for Benenson Janson Advertising. She has worked with the ACLU, Oxfam America, People for the American Way, Declare Yourself, Americans for Fairness in Lending and many more issue-based nonprofits. Bari also serves as an advisor to the Jane Goodall Institute Roots & Shoots Program. She holds a degree in Anthropology from Princeton University.
Angela Jones is the Program Specialist for Effective Philanthropy at Northern California Grantmakers, staffing their Family Philanthropy Exchange and the Organizational Effectiveness and Professional Development Committee, among other work. She has also worked as program associate in both the Family and Community Development and Conflict Resolution programs of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Angela received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley and previously served with the policy-advocacy group Urban Strategies Council. She holds an MBA '12 from Mills College in Oakland. Angela is a film enthusiast and is hoping to use her business degree in film finance. In addition to serving on the advisory board of Chicken and Egg Pictures, she also serves on the Board of Directors of Bay Area Video Coalition.
Amy Richards is the author of Opting In: How to Have a Child Without Losing Yourself in addition to being the co-author with Third Wave Foundation and Soapbox, Inc: Speakers Who Speak Out and serves on the board or advisory committee of several organizations. Amy’s writings have appeared in The Nation, The LA Times, Bust, Ms. and numerous anthologies, including Listen Up, Body Outlaws and Catching A Wave.of Grassroots: A Field Guide for Feminist Activism and Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism and the Future. Amy is a founder of both