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Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole
Angela Peabody is founder of Global Woman, and the embodiment of a Global Woman, having survived a violent coup d’etat in Liberia. After a celebrated career as a television journalist in Liberia and press secretary for the country’s Minister of Agriculture, Angela found a niche in the U.S. in the transportation industry and worked at the International Monetary Fund in a related capacity. She later launched Global Woman with the motivation of creating an organization that crossed ethnic and generational lines, as well as demonstrate the influence of women on diversity of scales and circumstances.
Sabrina Schmidt Gordon, made her editing debut with an Emmy-winning episode of WGBH’s Greater Boston Arts series. She is co-producer and editor of "HIP-HOP: Beyond Beats and Rhymes", a documentary about manhood and gender politics in mainstream HipHop; "Mrs. Goundo’s Daughter", a sensitive and moving documentary revealing how women are profoundly affected by the legal struggles surrounding immigration, asylum, international law and human rights colliding with FGM; and the new documentary “BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez”, a performance packed film about Sonia Sanchez, poet, activist and pioneer of the Black Arts Movement, still going strong at 79.
Karen Williams is a producer, writer, actor, youth and gender advocate whose producing credits include Bring Your “A” Game, the documentary short that promotes high school graduation and success for young Black males. Karen is also president of the non-profit production company No Child Is Somebody Else’s Child, Inc.A former FORD model and television actress, Karen has been featured on print and TV ad campaigns all over the world.
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