Jessica Green, a long time media maker, is producing a documentary about Graffiti titled "Anything You Can Get Away With." She is also currently associate producing a feature film adaptation of Henry James' "The Beast in the Jungle" and curating a film and speaker series for the Maysles Cinema. She serves as a consultant on various media and internet based projects. Jessica got her new media sea legs as the executive editor of BET.com from 2000-2006. She is also a founder, owner and former editor-In-chief of Stress Magazine (1994-2001), an independent Hip-hop magazine that was based in New York City and has taught media criticism at the El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. She was born and raised in New York City.
Rebecca Goodloe, daughter of Terrence J. Roberts, has an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and a law degree from Georgetown University. She was a healthcare corporate and regulatory attorney for many years representing hospitals, physician groups and other health care providers. She is currently a stay-at-home mom. Rebecca resides in Marietta, Georgia with her husband and two young sons.
Spirit Trickey-Rowan was raised in Ontario, Canada, and she spent the last six
years working as a park ranger at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site. Her
mother, Minnijean Brown Trickey, is a member of the Little Rock Nine. Trickey-Rowan is a
journalism graduate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and has served on the
Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission since 2004.