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marques ivey | 9.15.17 (LIVE)

National PTA 

Marques A. Ivey is a member of the board of directors of the National PTA and VP of Advocacy. Currently, Ivey is a trial attorney and owns a law firm, the Law Office of Marques A. Ivey, PLLC. He is married to Stacey, an educator and has three children.  Ivey has been involved in PTA for about eight years. He has served as president of a local elementary school PTA in Aurora, Colo. and is a member of various other PTAs. Mr. Ivey has been on the board of directors for the Colorado PTA for about six years, serving as an at-large member and for the past four years as the director of Region three. He is a life member of the Colorado PTA.  Ivey received his bachelor's degree in criminal justice and minored in history from Indiana University, Bloomington. He received his Juris doctorate from the University of Tulsa, College of Law.

lincoln mondy | 10.20.17 (replay)

Black Lives / Black Lungs,

Lincoln Mondy is the creator of Black Lives / Black Lungs, a short film investigating the tobacco industry’s infiltration into the black community. I created it to raise awareness and prompt critical questions about activism, public health, and the worth of the black body in the United States of America. The short film was featured by Colorlines, Huffington Post, Newsy, Blavity, and other media outlets under my direction. As part of BerlinRosen’s national issue advocacy team, Mondy support clients on a range of issues including juvenile justice, reproductive health access, and comprehensive sex education.  Originally from Texas, Lincoln graduated from The George Washington University in 2016 with a degree in Political Science.

"Behind the Mind is important and it continues conversations that need to be discussed." Joe Brewster, Filmmaker.  

3x Emmy Nominee and NAACP Winner of American Promise Film and Conversation Documentary

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Melani douglass | 10.27.17 (LIVE)

National Museum of Women In The Arts 

Melani N. Douglass is the Director of Public Programs for the National Museum of Women In the Arts in DC.  The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) is the only major museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts. With its collections, exhibitions, programs, and online content, the museum seeks to inspire dynamic exchanges about art and ideas. NMWA advocates for better representation of women artists and serves as a vital center for thought leadership, community engagement, and social change.  Prior to joining the museum, Douglas was the founder of the Family Arts Museum – a nomadic institution that celebrates and documents family as fine art, home as curated space and community as gallery. In addition, she was a visual and performance artist who uses sacred technology and rituals to activate spaces and engage audiences.

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nick haber | 9.22.17 (live)

Autism Glass Project

The Autism Glass Project was founded by Stanford scholars and researchers Catalin Voss and Dr. Nick Haber, with a mission to leverage their expertise in computer science and machine learning for a cause close to their hearts: improving the lives of people with autism and others who experience difficulty with social functioning. Under the guidance of Principal Investigators and Stanford faculty Dr. Dennis Wall, Dr. Terry Winograd and Dr. Carl Feinstein, and with a generous donation of Google Glass units from Google, the Autism Glass Project founders have begun to realize their vision.   Based out of the Wall Lab in the Systems Medicine division of the Stanford School of Medicine Pediatrics department, the Autism Glass Project seeks to provide individuals with challenges navigating social cues with a clinically validated therapeutic device to aid in interpreting facial expressions.

bailey sessoms | 9.29.17 (live)

Bailey Sessoms | The Beauty Diary

With 20+ years as a professional makeup artist, Bailey Sessoms has written countless articles as a style producer and beauty columnist for prominent brands. She has been a featured expert on news shows and in publications such as The New York Daily News, Daily Worth, and The Washington Post.  Bailey wrote The Beauty Diary because, as a professional makeup artist, she saw firsthand how women were struggling to sort through all the mumbo-jumbo to get down to the nitty-gritty and actually learn practical tips. The Beauty Diary presents beauty articles {not chapters} to highlight information that every woman should know relating to her makeup routine. Today her focus is educating womenpreneurs on how to create an authentic and successful personal brand.