Zoë Bell

Zoë Bell

With more than 20 years of experience in front of and behind the camera on some of the largest sets in the world, Zoë Bell has not only worked with some of the most recognizable names in the industry, but she has become a key component in some of the most successful and prestigious films of the past two decades.

 

Zoë Bell is an award-winning director, actress, and stunt choreographer. Born in New Zealand, Zoë began her career working alongside Quentin Tarantino as stunt coordinator, which turned into a decades-long relationship. Zoë has worked on THOR: RAGNAROK, IRON MAN 3, THE HATEFUL EIGHT, DJANGO UNCHAINED, KILL BILL, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS and most recently was the stunt coordinator for ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD.

 

As a director, aside from her continued work with Tarantino, she was hired by Waititi to direct the smash hit multi-platform commercial & short film campaign for New Zealand’s own Arnott’s Biscuits a fun and adventurous campaign that starred the coach of the world famous All Blacks rugby team and has already won commercial and critical success in New Zealand. Ahead of the next chapter release of the series, she was selected for the highly prestigious AFI Directing fellowship and she has begun development on new feature projects with Spectrevision, Lucidity and Romark Entertainment, and is set to direct a new film which will also feature Tarantino as a producer in 2020. And for a look at something completely different, enjoy the new campaign Zoë teamed up Rosario Dawson, Cate Blanchett and Joel Edgerton for the Wilderness Society’s #SaveUgly commercial campaign.

 

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Dr. Jennifer Mullan

Dr. Jennifer Mullan

Dr. Jennifer Mullan has a Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D) in Clinical Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies; a Master’s in Counseling & Community Agencies from New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education. Dr. Mullan is currently a full-time Psychologist at New Jersey City University’s Counseling Center. She has 15 years of experience in clinical practice, higher education, teaching and grant writing. She is passionately committed to solidarity work that effectively addresses inequities based on race, gender, class, ability, gender identity and sexual orientation. Her professional research and clinical interests include complex and intergenerational trauma, group psychotherapy, QIBPOC and LGBTQIA wellness, spirituality & mindfulness practices, racism as trauma, healing in therapeutic settings, self-love as a revolutionary act and the process of decolonizing mental health. She founded Decolonizing Therapy, LLC. which seeks to create spaces to “call mental health professions IN” and begin to question the relatability of the mental health industrial complex to the people they serve. She lives in the Tri-state area of NYC.

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Rhonda Magee

Rhonda Magee

Rhonda Magee is Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco, and is an internationally-recognized thought and practice leader on integrating Mindfulness into Higher Education, Law and Social Justice and a Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute. A founder within the movement to bring together mindfulness and law, she is the current Chair of the Board of the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute. Professor Magee is the author of the  book The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness.

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Anneke Lucas

Anneke Lucas

As the founder of Liberation Prison Yoga, Anneke Lucas has led many workshops introducing participants to the Unconditional Model, a unique application for any service or modality, whether it is yoga, psychotherapy, intuitive healing, the Feldenkreis method, massage therapy, counseling or programming for underserved populations – or simply being present for a friend in need. With more than 30 years of personal healing from extreme childhood abuse, Lucas had no trouble finding helpful modalities, but the manner in which these were delivered formed enormous obstacles and re-traumatization. Bringing yoga to prisons since 2011 and working privately with survivors of sex trafficking and ritual abuse since 2015, Anneke has learned to share her own healing in the manner she would have loved to receive it, which became the Unconditional Model. She has given talks and workshops for the general public, and to therapists and other health providers around the world. She is working on a book Seeds Beneath the Snow: Uncovering the Divine Feminine on the Path to Global Equality scheduled to be released in 2021.

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Nikki Kurt

Nikki Kurt

Nikki Kurt is a Soul Archaeologist and Seer who connects people, energy and words through her intuitive practice of healing as Art. She shares her collected wisdom through Graphic Storytelling – her practice of the art of Visual Word to capture the energy of the moment. Using simple visuals and typography, she distills complex thoughts, ideas and relationships to their essence in real time. Nikki uses her background in Communications Design and Illustration from Pratt Institute, alongside her many years of experience working in the Design and Innovation fields as the foundation for this creative practice. She has drawn and spoken in front of groups of thousands, has led intimate 1:1 healing sessions using Visual Word, and has trained hundreds of people all over the world in her Mindful Note-Taking method.

As an avid seeker of truth, she is always looking for new opportunities to expand consciousness through storytelling to empower others to reconnect with their human potential of listening, trusting and creation. You can find Nikki always with a Marker on hand, ready to capture the past, present and future moments, serving the greatest clarity of all.

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Erin Yu-Juin McMorrow

Erin Yu-Juin McMorrow

Erin Yu-Juin McMorrow, PhD, holds a doctorate in policy, planning and development from the University of Southern California, studied political and social thought at the University of Virginia and served as the director of housing policy with the Los Angeles Coalition to End Hunger and Homelessness. She is also a certified yoga teacher, craniosacral therapist, and entrepreneur living in Los Angeles.

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Maggie Law

Maggie Law

Maggie Law, born and raised in China in a family that relied solely on Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat its members’ health problems, trained from a young age in China with yoga pioneers from Hong Kong and India and opened the first yoga studio in NYC’s Chinatown (in 2005) after she moved to the U.S. Founder and Director of Yoga Art Oasis in NYC, she is a highly experienced yoga and Reiki teacher who has trained extensively for many years in a wide range of yoga styles and other healing modalities, including: Kundalini, Yin, Taoist and Sivananda yogas; Reiki; Doterra Aromatherapy; Yang Style taijiquan; Traditional Chinese Medicine; and Path to the Heart (Ving Tsun Sam Faat).

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Anjie Cho

Anjie Cho

Anjie Cho is a Feng Shui and meditation teacher based in New York City. She’s guided thousands of people to harmonize their living spaces through the art of Feng Shui. Anjie is the Feng Shui expert at The Spruce a website on practical tips for the home. She has been featured in several leading publications including: the New York Times, MindBodyGreen and BuzzFeed. Anjie is the co-founder of the Mindful Design Feng Shui School, co-host of the Holistic Spaces podcast, and teaches meditation weekly on RAMA TV. Anjie is also a New York State registered architect. (Photo by: Andrew Einhorn)

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James Roberts

James Roberts

James Roberts, a Tennessee native, spent the last 10 years in New York City studying and working as a performer in theatre, film and television. For the last four years, he’s also worked as a yoga and meditation teacher, leading classes and workshops in studios and offices around the city. He currently resides in Tennessee and continues to develop his creative passions for storytelling and yoga.

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Maryam Washington

Maryam Washington

Maryam Washington, a native New Yorker, is a monologist for hire and a published author. She is a sketch writer for Novelty Comedy Mug, a circus artist and a Software Engineer. She is a true storyteller in many forms.

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