Erin Finucane is a long-time humanitarian advocate and brings diverse experience in international advocacy and grassroots engagement to the project, along with a passion for documentary film. She is currently the Director of Grassroots Movement Building with ServiceNation. She earned a Masters of Philosophy, International Peace Studies, at Trinity College, Dublin and has a certificate in mediation from Mediation Northern Ireland. Finucane is a marathon runner and former NCAA Division 1 track and field athlete.

Mark Moskowitz is known for his documentary work focused on the concerns of our time. Over the past thirty years, he has directed numerous issue-oriented pieces, nationally and internationally, for candidates for office, heads of state, opposition parties, independent organizations, and initiatives for change. As the founder and President of Point of View Productions, Inc., Moskowitz has also produced media for leading institutions such as Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Haverford College, the Department of Energy, PBS, and the National Constitution Center. His work has been the subject of national television programs and he has been featured in publications as diverse as Sports Illustrated and the Wall Street Journal. Moskowitz wrote, produced, and directed the feature film, Stone Reader, which won the 2003 Literacy in Media Award, multiple festival awards including a Special Grand Jury Honor at the 2002 Slamdance Festival, and was nominated by the International Documentary Association (IDA) as the year’s best documentary film.