The Associate Producers
Anna Strout has collaborated on casting, production and funding for Voices of a People’s History projects since 2007. As Director of Special Projects & Events for arts education nonprofit Urban Arts Partnership, she develops and directs social justice focused filmmaking, theater and writing programs; as well as produces and books talent for signature benefits such as The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway, Master Classes and launches with leading companies. Over the years, Anna has also lent her production and talent scouting skills to numerous socio-historical documentaries broadcast on PBS, The History Channel, and The Learning Channel; multimedia DVDs, music releases and publications; museum exhibits at The New York Historical Society, the National Buildings Museum, and The Museum of the City of New York. Anna is a global core member of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network.
Róisín Davis is a journalist and researcher with a background in social research, community work and women’s rights. She holds an MA in Economic History and has published articles in a number of academic journals and political websites. Born in Belfast, she currently lives in New York.