Sophomore at Harvard and assistant general manager of WHRB 95.3 FM, Harvard Radio Broadcasting. Sophia is an aspiring journalist and music producer. In her off time, you can find Sophia writing and playing music.
Recent Harvard graduate oddball sitcoms and animated films, and in her free time, she can be found running outside or reading. She hopes to be involved in television or film production in some capacity.
Jay Luster is an arts, entertainment, and sports journalist. His features have appeared in many magazines. Among his credits are Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Brian Wilson, Actor Michael Madsen, Washington Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden, Captain Jonathan Hillstrand from The Deadliest Catch, and the star of The Spirit of an American Century, Isaac Pope.
PAULA J. CAPLAN
Producer/Writer of the award-winning dramatic short, "The Test," the award-winning documentary, "Is Anybody Listening?" and the Telly-winning "Listen to a Veteran!" Public Service Announcement series. Paula is also an Associate at the DuBois Institute, Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University and founder of the "Listen to a Veteran!" project (formerly Welcome Johnny and Jane Home).
A NYC Director of Photography with over 30 years of experience shooting documentaries, corporate projects and narrative features for all the major networks and broadcast organizations worldwide.
Joe has traveled all around the world documenting everything from prostitutes to CEOs.
George Benson has called Rodney Jones "a legend among musicians especially guitarists. He is worthy of the ears of any music listener.” Rodney began playing guitar at age 6 and has toured, performed and recorded with a Who's Who of music including Dizzy Gillespie, Lena Horne, Quincy Jones, Christian McBride, Stevie Wonder, Elvin Jones, Kenny Burrell, Stan Getz and countless others. He was the house guitarist for the Apollo Theatre for 9 years and the staff guitarist for the Rosie O’Donnell Show for 6 years. He has written numerous commercials and has more than 125 original compositions recorded. He was the musical director for Lena Horne, Ruth Brown, Gloria Lynne, Brook Benton, and Ernestine Anderson. He has been a professor at The Juilliard School for 12 years and at The Manhattan School of Music for more than 20 years.
Rock has produced documentaries, corporate videos and other content for various companies and organizations. For his work, Rock has received several awards, including 3 Tellys. In 2016, Rock was selected as a "Veteran In Blue," an honor given to those who have made great contributions to the United States Air Force.