Actress, filmmaker, activist & President of Heroica Films, Kamala Lopez, launched the movement and documentary film Equal Means Equal, to educate Americans about the importance of equal rights under federal law for women and complete the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Natalie White is a provocative and progressive feminist and artist, best known for her self-portrait work with Giant Polaroid Photography and as a crusader for women’s rights. Following her June/ July 2016 solo show at The WhiteBox Foundation, she led a 250 mile march from NYC to DC to raise awareness for the Equal Rights Amendment.
Hailing originally from Seattle, Washington, Joel Marshall is a producer, actor and comedian in Los Angeles California. He is one of the producers of the documentary film Equal Means Equal. He was the technical director on the Speechless Without Writers campaign during the Writers strike of 2007.
He was a producer of the film A Single Woman, about Jeannette Rankin...
Thilagavathi (Thila) has over 16-years of domestic and international experience in the media industry.
She was a well-known journalist in South India who was producing non-fiction TV shows in Asia’s largest television network and later moved to the business of the entertainment industry.
An accomplished art director and entertainment industry creative executive, Tom Martin has developed hundreds of iconic, award-winning movie print ad campaigns. He designed campaigns for Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, Twins, Do The Right Thing, Babe, Back To The Future II & III and more while serving as Senior Vice-President of Marketing at Universal Pictures.
Rebecca oversees the budgets and tax issues of the various Equal Means Equal productions, along with managing EME's sister organizations, Heroica Foundation and Heroica Films. Rebecca’s love and focus in using her financial acumen in supporting women’s and socially conscious groups.
New York based Jules Wood is a British born freelance stylist who has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York.
Early in her career after art school, Jules moved to Tokyo, where she worked with Japanese pop stars such as Hikaru Utada and Fay Ray as well as poet Chris Mosdell. Having become fluent in Japanese, after four years she returned to London
For more than fifteen years, Wendy Murphy has served as adjunct professor of sexual violence law at New England Law|Boston, where she also co directs the Women's and Children's Advocacy Project under the Center for Law and Social Responsibility. A former Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School, Wendy prosecuted child abuse and sex crimes cases for many years.
Sam Zimmerman is VP, Global Project Management of Blue State Digital, a purpose-driven digital agency dedicated to transforming how causes and brands engage their most important people. Since joining Blue State Digital in 2013, he has worked extensively with a range of clients, including UNICEF, The Nation, the City of New York, The Global Fund, JDRF, and Idealist.org. Through Sam, Blue State Digital has worked with Equal Means Equal since 2017.
Robert Wood is a graduate from the College of William and Mary in 2010 with a double major in Global Studies and Hispanic Studies Master’s degree in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2012. Contributed to publications specializing in subjects that range from the academic to the popular.