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Board Member

Hale Anderson

Vice president, Finance and Social Media

“Not everyone can be a revolutionary, yet all of us must be activists and stewards of the earth.”

Hale is a filmmaker, an activist working for social justice, and a founding member of San Francisco March for Elephants. In 2002 he started his own production company, The Feature Factory, producing films exclusively for nonprofits and NGOS. Clients have included UNHCR, the Chicago Commission on Human Relations, as well as educational institutions. Hale worked as an organizer in Chicago for refugee resettlement, helping families start a new life in the United States. He serves as a core member of Global March for Elephants and Rhinos in Los Angeles, working on events and generating graphics for the organization. Hale is currently in production on the documentary, Ivory Disrupted, about the beginnings of the movement to end the sale of ivory in California, a story that ultimately calls for Africans to lead in the march against extinction of elephant and rhinos.

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Professor in design, University of Northern Iowa

Filmmaker, The Feature Factory, Los Angeles


Bachelor of Arts, Masters in Art, University of Iowa

Masters in Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, Temple University

Producers Program, Film and Television, UCLA


Rosemary Alles

President and Co-founder

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Nkateko Letti Mzimba

Board Adviser on Indigenous Communities

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Panchali Panapitiya

Advocate Against Captive Animals

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Nicolás Eliades Vesga

International Climate and Ecological Emergency Communications Strategist

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Jodie Graham

Board Adviser and Finance

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