Richard Everts is the Co-Founder and Vice President of Technology and Communications for the Tommy Foundation, an award winning non-profit that works with families affected by autism in the Northeast. Certified in hypnosis, METT FACE recognition, video editing and FX, a MENSA member, and father of a child on the spectrum, he brings a broad range of experiences and insights to the movie. Rich received his B.A. in Philosophy at Franklin & Marshall College.
Sugey Cruz-Everts is the Co-Founder and President of the Tommy Foundation, an award winning non-profit that works with families affected by autism in the Northeast. She also serves as the Hispanic Coordinator for the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Parent Education Network. She has advised hundreds of families, professionals, students, and individuals in the autism community towards reaching their goals as well as being a mother to a child on the spectrum. She graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in three years before earning her JD from Temple Law in 2004.
Daniel Sokola has been Publicist/Manager for a nationally known Autism Advocate for the past 4 years. He has also worked on many major motion pictures and independent feature film projects.
Rene S. Duran is a documentary filmmaker who works in television post production in Los Angeles. He was co-producer, cinematographer and writer on Street Dogs of South Central, a documentary which aired on Discovery’s Animal Planet in 2012. Rene has also worked on television shows such as Nanny 911, Hell’s Kitchen, The Bachelor and Big Ideas for a Small Planet. He is currently working with Jennifer Lopez and Marc Antony on Q’Viva: The Chosen. Rene majored in the Studies of Images & Narratives at Franklin & Marshall College.
Cassie Lees is a winner of the John B. Ovrutsky ’74 Media Studies Award and Magna Cum Laude graduate of Franklin & Marshall College. She served as the Director of Photography on the 2010 film “Negative Drop” and also worked as the Production Designer for 2012’s “Red Hook Black.” Her short “The Edge” won the grand jury prize for best film at the recent 2010 F&M student film festival and her other entry “Mistaken” won best cinematography. She is also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.
Rosleny Ubinus is a volunteer for the Tommy Foundation, an award winning non-profit that works with families affected by autism in the Northeast. She received the Collegiate Leadership Summit Scholarship to attend Franklin & Marshall College on a full scholarship.
Jamie “Boots” Marshall
Jamie Marshall is a graphic designer, artist, and t-shirt creator extraordinaire. Her work can be seen throughout multiple design shops around the country having won numerous contests, and she can be commissioned for work from her website Bootsdraws.com. She graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 2000.
Jesse Clark has worked as a professional audio engineer for bands such as Kid Rock, Live, Fuel, Creed, Limp Bizkt, Moby, The Misfits, Brave Combo, Goo Goo Dolls, and many more. He has a Master’s degree is music composition and has started to develop soundtracks for feature films. Jesse was an honorary Franklin and Marshall College alum from 2000.