Earle u. Robinson jr., mD/Co-producer
Graduate Indiana university school of medicine 1958
Intern, resident and chief resident Homer G Phillips Hospital St Louis, Mo 1959-1963
Board certified OB/GYN 1966
Associate Director of OB/GYN residency program Indianapolis, IN Methodist Hospital
Fellow of ACOG and ACS
Associate Clinical Prof of OB/GYN Indiana university School of Medicine
Distinguished Teacher Award Indiana University School of Medicine
Distinguished Alumni Jack Hall Award Methodist Hospital of Indianapolis, IN
Developed Minimally invasive surgery program @ Methodist Hospital Indianapolis, IN
Developed technology for Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy @ Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, IN
Co-recipient of Grand Prize Paper American Fertility Society 1990
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Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick
Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick is an award-winning,Producer/Writer/Director who has enjoyed a career in television, film and promotion. She has produced, written and directed several feature-length documentaries: “Sunshine, Noodles and Me” (aired on PBS) and “Discovering Mary,” along with several mini-docs, short films, web-series, comedy sketches, animation, music videos and promos. Her experience includes credits for: ABC, NBC, CW/UPN, BET, E! Entertainment, PBS and, the Discovery Channel. Joyce is currently working on several new projects and continually writes. She is always looking for fresh talent in all areas of film and TV.
Joyce’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joycemariefitzpatrick/
Joyce’s IMDB.com: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1164553/?ref_=nv_sr_1
Joyce’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProducerJoyce
Shackelford post-production background includes over 600 hours of original, non-fiction programming for the following companies: 20th Century Fox, VH1, MTV, 51 Minds Entertainment, 44 Blue, Ryan Seacrest Productions, World of Wonder, T Group Productions, Electus, Scott Sternberg Productions, and Down In Front Entertainment. In 2008 Shackelford created Tunnel Vizion Entertainment, a production and post production company specializing in giving lower budgeted projects the look and feel of high end productions.
Award-winning mixed media artist, Rebecca Robinson studied fashion design in Atlanta, Ga., and continued her education at North Carolina Central University where she majored in Art/ Visual Communications and graduated with high honors. Her background also includes art history, photography, graphic design, film, and creative marketing/branding. Rebecca has also contributed to several nonprofit organizations throughout the country by auctioning her one-of-a-kind handbags and fine art.
Rebecca's artwork has been featured in dozens of media outlets including; Indianapolis Business Journal Podcast, WFYI, NUVO, Jezebel Magazine Atlanta, Pattern Magazine, Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Recorder, New York Examiner, WTHR 13, WISH-TV 8. RTV 6, FOX 59, Creative Mornings Indianapolis, Indianapolis Monthly Magazine,
The National Endowment Of The Arts including the Black Creativity Exhibit at the Chicago Museum of Science and History of her painting of jazz legend Miles Davis In the summer of 2019, Rebecca was selected by the Arts Council of Indianapolis to showcase her work for the annual High Art Billboard project (2019-2020). Rebecca is also a self-published author of the book "Arts Honor".
In the summer of 2020, Rebecca became a part of the art collective EIGHTEEN to create the street mural Black Lives Matter on Historic Indiana Avenue in Indianapolis during the Black Lives Matter movement.
Rebecca is also proud member of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum Planning Committee, The Indianapolis Black Documentary Film Festival Advisory Committee, and African American History Committee Advisory Board for the Indianapolis Public Library.
Sharee Silerio is a writer, director, film/television producer, and blogger on a
mission to use her life experiences to empower women to seek mental, spiritual and
emotional wholeness while inspiring them to love themselves unconditionally. One day, as a
child, Sharee sat on her parents' bed, looking out of their backyard-facing window with the sun beaming in her eyes. It was a beautiful day, but one that also shed light on her inner sorrows.
Staring at the bright, blinding, yellow rays, she was praying, asking God to make her skin lighter. She grew up in a neighborhood where very few people looked like her, so she often felt out of place. Her feelings became even more intense after a classmate told her, "you're ugly because you're black.” A quiet child, Sharee held a lot in, so writing and watching movies, music videos, and TV shows became her refuge. Expressing herself through poetry; recording herself lip syncing, dancing to music, and reciting monologues on the family camcorder; and pretending to direct a horror film with her sister allowed her to be and see herself. In college, her passions for writing and movies merged when she enrolled in film studies courses and wrote her first screenplay.
With each project she touches, she aims to enlighten, provoke thought, explore faith and love, and eliminate stereotypes of the Black community. Through intimate, vivid, authentic, and experiential storytelling, she hopes to explore the beauty within Black women and girls from all walks of life. Her dream is to build a legacy of crafting unique, diverse stories that present powerful perspectives on life. Sharee has a bachelor’s degree in communications and a film studies certificate from St. Louis University. She also has a master’s degree in media communications from Webster University.
To learn more about Sharee Silerio and to review her portfolio, visit www.shareesilerio.com.
Mario Eugene Page
Mario worked as a Broadcast News Cameraman for various network affiliate TV stations in Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chattanooga, and Chicago until late 2006. In 2007, he took the leap of faith, starting his own video production business. This opened the door for more opportunities to work on Documentaries, Reality TV shows, and manage a small list of corporate and network TV news clients.
"I have a personal connection to the documentary being that my father, Dr. Oliver W. Page, Jr, a General Surgeon, trained at Homer G. Phillips. My father lived within walking distance of the Hospital, which was my father's inspiration to train there."
Mario Eugene Page's website: http://www.marioeugenepage.com
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As a thought partner and creative hybrid with a background in commercial design & fine arts, I thrive on the opportunity to birth visions and perform through challenges of projects. I'm constantly looking to magnify my imagination and abilities by creating self-fulfilling art, and working with dedicated entrepreneurs/businesses with integrity. Through a diverse range of graphic design, illustrations, and consulting; I have successfully catapulted many individuals/brands on their journey to achievement. I am extremely thankful for the creative, collaborations with ad agencies, design firms, in-house art departments, startups, and small businesses, which have produced compelling results.
Multi-media personality, Social Media and Personal Branding Coach, Motivational Speaker and Voice-over artist, NIKKI WOODS is the senior producer of the Tom Joyner Morning Show, the most successful syndicated urban radio show in history reaching more than 8 million people on a daily basis. Born in Rock Hill, Missouri, Woods studied education at Howard University in Washington D.C. and journalism at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois. Her journey in broadcasting landed her in various markets, including St. Louis, Boston and Chicago, before Woods became senior producer of the acclaimed, nationally-syndicated “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” (TJMS) where she is responsible for the engaging on-air content heard each morning on the over-100 affiliate radio stations that air the award-winning program. Tom Joyner says, “I completely trust her judgment and know that she brings her A game every day. You can see (the) result(s) of that in the ratings and listener response.” Woods is also a “TJMS” contributor, dishing out her own brand of info-tainment on weekend events and activities in the segment, she created and produces, “What in the Weekend with Nikki Woods.” She can also be seen and heard on a variety of programs, including “The TJMS Community Watch” on WSRB Soul 106.3, their Chicago affiliate; and “Beyond the Studio” celebrity interviews on BlackAmericaWeb.com.
Nikki Woods Media is a corporation that helps experts and authors build sustainable brands, establish authority, create profitable platforms and attain visibility utilizing new and traditional media.