Glenn Quentin is an award-winning artist based in New York City. Glenn received a B.F.A from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts. Director credits includes "Showtime" (Midtown International Theatre Festival) nominated for Best Director Short Subject Play, "Too Be Frank" (FR Dubb Productions) "Bi" Season 2 (BiUS Entertainment) Screened at Boston LGBT Film Festival and My True Colors Festival. Past writer credits include "Dinner with the Stevensons" awarded Most Innovative Script from the 2013 Thespis Festival, "CrackBaby" (The Griot Festival) and "Carringnton's Rules" (Higher Vibrations Collective.) Past producer credits include "Red, White and Detroit" (Crownwheel Pictures) "A Walk Within" (Media Filmz) and "Shampagne" (Miami Webfest/ Hip Hop Film Festival Feature).
Glenn has taught at North Miami Parks and Recreation Gold Camp, Globe Education, Westside YMCA, Riverdale Y, Boys Club NYC, NYJTL, Barbizon, Arizona Thespians and Ghetto Film School.
Ashton Pina | Communications Director
Ethnically infused with Cape Verdean, Ashton Pina hails from New Bedford, Massachusetts. He was born to enlighten, entertain and engage the world through inspiring creations. Ashton’s been blessed with amazing opportunities like working with Nelson George, Diane Martel, and Beyonce. Ashton is a recipient of the Riant Theatre Youth Empowerment Award, has earned both an MFA and MBA and mentors young media artists in NYC and LA. He wrote and directed the award winning short, The Brothers Texas and produced The Huffington Post featured web series, Bi. Ashton is currently in preproduction for his first feature film Out in the Wild and is working on a number of short film projects, including FAYTH, starring Jensen Atwood and Alexandra Grey. He’s thankful to God, his family, and to all his pNutz for their love and support! "Never Stop Dreaming!”
Laura Jean-Jacques | Collective Advisor
Cedric Hill | Collective Advisor
Noreen Wall | Collective Advisor
Paul Notice | Collective Producer
Paul Anthony Notice II is an Emmy award-winning documentary producer and journalist who focuses on telling the stories of people of color, LGBT people, immigrants, the working poor and other marginalized communities. He's a proud alum of both Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, and NYU's Graduate Dramatic Writing Program.
With over 12 years of journalism and video production experience, Notice has edited and produced hundreds of videos with MSNBC, Elite Daily, Fresco News, and other media outlets.
Nevertheless, Notice, a proud St. Louis native, continues to produce work that looks through the eyes of the disadvantaged, marginalized and forgotten. He currently works as a freelance producer with Elite Daily, as well as the Executive Producer of The Notice Blog.
Benjamin James | Production Assistant
Benjamin James is an actor and poet. He began his love for acting reciting monologues in a church in his hometown and works toward furthering his craft. He graduated from Montclair State University with his BA in Theater Studies having performed in Readings and SGA run performances.
Benjamin James also performs spoken words, ranking in one of the top 4 teams of CUPSI (College Union Poetry Slam Invitational) 2017.