is co-founder and president of Little Wolf Productions, Inc. Her background is in project management in the area of information technology, where she managed IT projects fo a large corporation. She has co-produced Hope Road, a feature-length film about child sex trafficking in America, and The Girl Effect, a short film on educating girls in India and Thailand. Susan served on the Board of Directors of the North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) for ten years, is past chair of various interfaith committees and has chaired conferences at local, national and international levels. She resides on an island off the coast of Washington State.
is co-founder of Little Wolf Productions, Inc. As executive director of the Education as Transformation Project at Wellesley College he was co-editor of ten books in a series on Education and Spirituality, and the author of numerous articles in professional journals. His television experience in addition to Hope Road includes the production of two documentaries: Visions of Perfect Worlds with H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama, and The Art of Being Human, about the work of artist/philospher Frederick Franck, which was awarded a Cine Golden Eagle and broadcast on WNET in New York. Peter holds a doctorate in education from Columbia University.
is a director and producer for film, television, and the Web. Her award-winning documentary about surviving Kamikaze pilots, Wings of Defeat, aired nationally on Independent Lens and in over 18 countries worldwide. She has directed and produced several documentaries including Broken Harmony: China's Dissidents, Cambodia/Cambodian America, and After the Darkness about youth rebuilding their lives after the devastating tsunami in northern Japan. In addition to her documentaries, Risa has also directed over 150 episodes of House Hunters International for HGTV as well as additional programs for Animal Planet, A&E, and others.
is a multi-media artist, musician and video/audio producer and engineer. In addition to her audio
post production and videography roles in Hope Road, she is an award winning photographer and photo composite artist. She has worked as a multi-media journalist for online news sources and as a photo journalist for print publications. She has done post production work on numerous educational films, created promotional videos for various non-profit organizations, and produced book trailers for authors and photo essays for personal history storytelling. She is also a writer of fiction and poetry and is working on compiling her first book.