Category Archives: Presenters 2012
Susana is a producer/blogger at Cambridge Community Television (CCTV). She tries “to capture images of quirky things, of things off the beaten path. Everyday objects with a twist.” You can check out her CCTV blog.
Kenneth Bailey is the Sector Organizing and Strategy Lead at Design Studio for Social Intervention. Kenneth started his activism in the early eighties as a teenager, working in his neighborhood for tenants’ rights and decent housing, targeting the St. Louis … Continue reading
Joanna is the Co-Director at Press Pass TV. Originally from Bulgaria, Joanna has taught extensively on the use of media arts in creating a fair and just society. Her work has been featured on radio, television, print, and in film … Continue reading
Celina is the Membership and Communications Coordinator at ACE, an environmental justice organization based in Roxbury, MA. There, she fights against environmental racism, cranks out newsletters and occasionally wins office eating contests. Previously, Celina worked for a corporate accountability group … Continue reading
Amaad is currently the Director of Housing Policy at Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD). Amaad was born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he ran for City Council in 2008. He has spent his life personally and professionally battling tough … Continue reading
Elena is a native of El Salvador. She attended Oberlin College-Conservatory where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in piano performance and music history, and the University of Massachusetts Boston where she earned a Master’s and a Ph.D. in public policy. … Continue reading
Cara is currently the Co-Director at Press Pass TV. She is an innovative strategic thinker working across a variety of disciplines build the capacity of communities to create meaningful and lasting change. With over 12 years experience in youth media … Continue reading
Denise Moorehead Denise is the principal at the Moorehead Consulting Group. For seven years, she served as the director of education and outreach at Third Sector New England, a nonprofit organization that provides support, training and management resources to build … Continue reading
Neha Agrawal, a talented filmmaker passionate about empowering people to use media to explore community issues, joined Cambridge Community Television’s staff this fall as the Youth Media Program Coordinator. Neha graduated from Tufts University in 2011 with a BA in … Continue reading
Nicole Belanger is the Community Media and Technology Coordinator at Cambridge Community Television. She trains, supports, and collaborates with participants in the NeighborMedia citizen journalism program to create and share engaging media about the Cambridge community through the web and … Continue reading
Becky is the Codesign Facilitator and Community Organizer at the Center for Civic Media at MIT Media Lab. She spends her time with changemakers of many kinds codesigning tools and methods to leverage media and technology for equitable social change. … Continue reading
Linda Stout, director of Spirit in Action, has been a grassroots organizer and activist for three decades. A thirteenth-generation Quaker born to a tenant-farming family, Linda founded a successful grassroots organization in 1984, in a conservative region of North Carolina, … Continue reading
Kathleen is a communications consultant who focuses on web strategy and storytelling for grassroots social justice groups. Her clients have included criminal justice organizations, environmental justice organizations, and philanthropic organizations that support grassroots organizing.