Kym Allen is a writer, producer, SAG-AFTRA actor, compelling storyteller, vintage treasure hunter, and natural connector of people. Kym is a producer, writer, and researcher with ART NOT WAR, working on election fraud, CA Prop 10 fair housing, mass incarceration, and the 2018 GOTV project. Fluent in Spanish, Kym majored in Communication Studies at Loyola Marymount University.
Kym is also committed to building community. Most recently, she co-produced and performed in “Echoes”, a live theater show called made up of original pieces all written and performed by women. After four sold out shows, the women of Echoes were able to make a sizable donation to Planned Parenthood. Through this community of powerful women, Kym plans to continue to create spaces where women, especially black women, can freely tell their stories, expanding upon the representations of black women in media, and challenging perceptions of blackness and femininity.
John Eaton is a marketing technology entrepreneur who has spent over a decade helping the global enterprise understand consumers and markets through innovations in data, process and analytics. John developed his expertise in digital marketing, research, data analytics working with Proctor and Gamble, American Express, IKEA, Novartis, Johnson & Johnson, Fox Television, Danone, Charles Schwab, Pepsi and The Ad Council, to name a few. In these roles John has managed critical elements of big budget advertising and marketing programs driving business and growth for companies all over the world.
Executive experience includes senior vice-president at Ipsos (#3 market research firm in the world), co-founder and President of SaaS influence and advocacy management platform SocialChorus, co-Founder and CEO of social/digital marketing services agency YouCast which provided digital strategy, creative, analytics and media optimization across healthcare, insurance, CPG, philanthropy, retail and entertainment sectors.
John’s early expertise in digital technologies was developed as manager and producer in the entertainment industry for such artists as P Diddy, Anthrax, David Bowie, and Foo Fighters where he participated in Grammy and MTV award-winning global releases.
Jessica is a Mexican-American Writer/Director and Actor advocating for women of color through film & other storytelling mediums. She is an alumni of the LAByrinth Theatre Co. Ensemble Workshop, T. Schreiber Studio, and The Freeman Studio in NYC. In 2016, she co-founded Viscera Productions, a production company with a focus on inclusion through narrative film. Her work has been featured in the NY Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Boston Globe. Her award-winning films have shown at festivals around the country, most recently selected to be one of 19 films cultivated from over 1,400 to be showcased at the Tribeca Film Center as part of the Downtown Urban Arts Festival in May of 2018. Off-Broadway credits: Queen Latina and Her Power Posse (LAByrinth Theater Co./Cherry Lane Theatre); The Death of Bessie Smith (New Brooklyn Theatre); Leni & Joseph (The Shelter NYC/New Ohio Theatre).
Jessica is an active member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, NYWIFT, AWD, NALIP and Women in Media.