Shulman is the award-winning producer of Seattle Growth Podcast and Marion B. Ingersoll Professor of Marketing at the UW Foster School of Business. As an expert on urban growth, Shulman has been interviewed by tv, radio, and print media across the country including the New York Times, USA Today, and CNN.
Producer and Co-Director
Fong is a University of Washington graduate and is beginning film school at Emerson College in the fall of 2019. Fong started making movies when he was eight years old, and since then, has made it his goal to create work that inspires people and changes lives.
Co-Director & Cinematographer
Townsend has produced and arranged award-winning original music for major label recording artists, major studio films, and television shows. Credits include Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Common, Fith Harmony, Mary J. Blige, and many others. Works include the Oscar and Grammy Award nominated song "Stand Up For Something" performed by Andra Day and Common and the
Grammy Award nominated song "Crazy 'Bout You" performed by Jessie J.
As an arts leader in cities across America, Harrison has secured millions of dollars in funding from individuals, corporations, foundations and public sources for numerous initiatives that are changing the landscape of cultural practice and audience engagement. Currently based in Los Angeles, Harrison is a founding board member of the music education and social justice non-profit BLUME Haiti.
Strategic Partnerships & Community Engagement Lead