Founder and CEO of I’m Creative, Irena is focused on creating recognizable brands in independent motion picture and television through investment in talent and unique creative projects. For more than 15 years she has produced and executed documentaries, narrated stories, TV shows and other fiction, nonfiction, and animation projects for numerous broadcasters, major production houses, […]
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A Seattle-based editor with a passion for telling a good story, Karen has edited everything from Super Bowl commercials to documentaries to infomercials. Whether it is a television commercial, web video, corporate piece, documentary, narrative film or personal project, Karen is a master at telling the story. Karen believes that it’s her job to help […]
Kunle Oguneye was born and raised in Nigeria. He graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, and did his MBA work at Drake. He combines computers and technology with a his passion for story-telling. While working in technology he founded a nonprofit organization, Digital Aid Inc., which donated over […]
Bruce Romero is the COO of Collective Changes and a former board member and secretary of RainmakersTV. He began his career in engineering and industrial product design, large scale laser research technology, and aerospace composite manufacturing systems. Throughout his career he has used photos, graphics, and technology to tell the story of the manufacturing and […]
Author, Board Member, Advisor, Executive Producer, Ambassador, Gender Economist Leader is the CEO and Co-Founder for Collective Changes, a nonprofit that provides business mentors for women’s SMEs in developing nations, former CEO for MBA Women International, Senior Advisor and Senior Consultant for MacKenzie-Romero Consulting, former board member and Executive Producer for RainmakersTV and carried the […]
Emert started Rainmakers after having seen so much great work done by so many people to help make the world a better place. Emert lives in Seattle, Washington, USA, and found that the Seattle area was home to some of the most prolific success stories in all of global development. Through Rainmakers, Emert helps to […]
J. Coleen Brooks is a veteran educator and worked with students of all ages and many native languages. As a youth, she lived around the world, and grew to respect people of all cultures. Brooks graduated from Carson-Newman College with a BA in English and went into education shortly thereafter. Additionally, she became involved in […]
Maureen E. Ellis, PhD, joins the RainmakersTV board from the global health field. She worked nearly 40 years in the academic arena — medical and health research — and often joined colleagues from around the world. Ellis earned a doctorate from the University of Utah in Behavioral Neuroscience and has published refereed journal articles in […]
Rescuer of women and girls tortured by the LRA, Sister Rosemary explains the depth of the need.
World Wildlife Fund expert Jason Clay says we must reduce food waste to save the planet.
Lawyers against poverty: Fiona Darroch describes how to use law to help gain rights for indigenous people.
Dr. Elizabeth Hausler Strand explained how to prevent earthquake fatalities through construction techniques.
Howard Taylor, Nike Foundation VP, discusses the importance of helping 12‑year‑old girls in Impact Countries.
The inspiration of Rick Schuler, from high-tech to Qumrun, to his incredible similarities in appearance and in voice, are covered in this special edition of Rainmakers.
Britt Yamamoto, Founder and CEO of iLEAP — Where World Citizens Learn — describes a program to bring people from around the world together to learn.
Cisco’s Tae Yoo and Heal Africa-USA’s Judy Anderson talk together about problems and solutions in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Judy Anderson describes the strongest women in the toughest place on Earth.
Cisco’s Tae Yoo explains the importance of broadband to Impact Countries.
Heifer chief Pierre Ferrari describes how the organization strives to help save families today and build futures.
Joe Kiani describes Masimo’s extension of health care diagnostics to Impact Countries.
Dr. Brylyne Chitsunge and Ndileka Mandela have teamed to advocate for women farmers in Africa.
Majora Carter, Bronx, proves that the poor can be a part of profitable development.
Angelic Young, Institute for Inclusive Security, discusses helping women have a voice at policy tables.
Sheryl Greentree, Water for Africa, UK, explains how to tap water for Africa’s people.