Morgan Perry: Executive Producer
Morgan studied film and photography in nearly 30 nations on every inhabitable continent while pursuing her degree in Mass Media from the University of the Nations. Her classroom became the front lines for journalistic media as she documented the San Tribe of Bushmen in the Kalahari Desert and the turmoil in the West Bank, Palestine. Morgan played a vital role in developing the Sex+Money: A Global Search for Human Worth book, and then took leadership in producing the Sex+Money documentary and national campaign.
Joel Angyal: Director
Joel, a British national, has traveled to over 50 different nations working with Disney, ABC, Discovery, Walden Media, Fox, and numerous independent production companies. In addition, he has directed and produced music videos and a number of award winning short films. He has filmed in the Sahara desert, Romania, Hungary, Canada, Brazil, Uganda, India, Nepal, Nigeria, and the U.S.
Kevin Miller: Screenwriter
Kevin is a versatile screenwriter who has applied his craft to feature films, documentaries, short films and television. Recent productions include: Monumental (2011), spOILed (2011), No Saints for Sinners (2011), With God On Our Side (2010), Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed (2008), Hakani (2008) and After…(2006). In addition to his work as a screenwriter, Kevin has written, co-written, and edited over 40 books, both fiction and non-fiction.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney
Congresswoman Maloney is the Co-Chair and Co-Founder of the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus. She is an original cosponsor of H.R. 3887, the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, which passed overwhelmingly in the House in December 2007. For the past seven years, she has worked to combat sex trafficking internationally, nationally, and in her own district of New York City. In 2006, a landmark law was enacted, making the United States a leader in combating the sex trafficking epidemic worldwide. That law incorporated key provisions of the End Demand for Sex Trafficking Act championed by Congresswomen Maloney and Deborah Pryce (R-OH).
Chyng Sun, Ph.D.
is a filmmaker and Clinical Associate Professor of Media Studies, at McGhee Liberal Arts School of Continuing and Professional Studies at New York University. Her research interests include media literacy; race, gender and sexuality in media; and audience research/media effects. With Miguel Picker, Sun produced the documentaries, The Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexuality and Relationships; Mickey Mouse Monopoly: Disney, Childhood and Corporate Power; and Beyond Good and Evil: Media, Children and Violent Times. She has been researching the topic of pornography since the summer of 2004. Together with Robert Wosnitzer, and two other scholars, Sun designed a large-scale research project on the content of the most-rented pornographic movies of 2005. A portion of her research may be viewed in her documentary, The Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexuality and Relationships.
David L. Cunningham
an acclaimed international filmmaker, who has directed and produced motion picture and television projects in over 40 countries. Some of his most recent work include The Seeker: The Dark is Rising (Fox/Walden), The Path to 9/11 (Disney/ABC), television mini-series Little House on the Prairie (Fox), To End All Wars (Fox) and the docudrama Hakani for PhotogenX. David traveled extensively throughout his childhood with his parents, Loren and Darlene Cunningham, founders of YWAM (Youth With A Mission)- an interdenominational Christian missions organization serving in over 100 countries. His inspiration for film comes from wide array of experiences abroad, such as visiting refugee camps, slums, bustling cities, and exotic cultures. David received his degree in film from the University of Southern California.
Paul and Susi Childers
The Childers founded PhotogenX, an organization that specializes in using various forms of media to raise awareness about global injustices and promote social change. For over 20 years, Susi has pursued photography as an art and a profession. She has used her camera to raise awareness about community development projects in Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Nepal, India, and Brazil, and to advocate for exploited groups. Paul is a much sought after lecturer and communicator on Biblical studies, leadership, and justice. Together they have worked in over 50 nations and have published five photographic works: The Eyes of Afghanistan; A Voice for the Voiceless; Unique: Faces of the Nations; 30 Days of Prayer for the Voiceless; and Hakani: A Voice for Life.
Arlene has been involved in local and federal law enforcement as an intelligence analyst for the past 10 years. Her expertise is in the commercial sexual exploitation of children. She has been the recipient of Federal awards for her intelligence work in assessing the issue of prostituted children in Los Angeles, CA, and for building a Federal law enforcement task force to effectively address the problem.
Gordon R. Pennington
Gordon is a marketing communications consultant and strategic planning advisor to organizations, corporations and government groups internationally. He started his career developing marketing communications in the emerging electronic banking services sector for Citicorp and served as a consultant to both Chase Manhattan Bank and J.P. Morgan Bank. He then turned to rapid growth consumer product markets, working as the Director of Marketing for Tommy Hilfiger, where he helped position it to become the fastest growing menswear company in the world. He has also managed marketing assignments and been an adviser to Apple Computer, British Airways, the CBS Television Network, the Coca-Cola Company, Equinox Fitness, Rollerblade, Charity:Water, and the Oxford Analytica, the Ministry of Defense in the UK.