Peter Barton is a veteran documentary filmmaker with three Emmy nominations and three CINE Golden Eagle awards to his credit. He received the Edward R. Murrow Award for Names Can Really Hurt Us, a CBS-TV special used in the classroom to combat prejudice.
Liz Roman Gallese’s award-winning documentary, Women of ’69, Unboxed, received a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant through the Art Works program, as well as support from leading foundations.
Independent film and television producer Jane Startz’s feature film credits include Ella Enchanted, Tuck Everlasting, The Mighty, and The Indian in the Cupboard, among others.
Four distinguished scholars of 20th century U.S. culture, politics, history, and literature are serving as advisors on the humanities content in Women of ’69, Unboxed, and two media experts are guiding presentation across platforms.
Ryan Shasha Kupchik
Leslie Valk Benton ’69
Kris Ford Herrick ’69
Kelsey S. Amentt ’12
Dawid Pypec ’12
Website Design and Development:
Cynthia Menard/Withywindle Web Design
Diane Oltarzewski ’69
1969 “Yearbox” Photographer:
MaryLeigh Roohan ’13