PRINCESS SARAH

CULBERSON

Princess Sarah Culberson’s story has been
featured nationally and internationally on CNN,
Good Morning America, BBC, Inside Edition,The
Singapore News, LA Times, NY Times, Chicago
Tribune, BBC radio, NPR, “Oprah and Friends”
radio show, and in magazines such as Reader’s
Digest, Newsweek, People, and Glamour.

CAREN NEILE

Caren S. Neile, Ph.D., has taught storytelling studies for the School of Communication & Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University since the year 2000. A performance storyteller, she hosts The Public Storyteller on South Florida public radio WLRN, as well as numerous local storytelling events. She is a faculty affiliate for the FAU Peace, Justice and Human Rights Initiative, a former Peace Corps volunteer, former chair of the National Storytelling Network, and has worked in ten states and six countries, including as a Fulbright Senior Specialist in Austria and Israel. Her newest book from the History Press is called Only in Florida.   

PATRICIA SHAFER

PATRICIA SHAFER is Exec. Director – NewGen Peacebuilders; Sr. Fellow, Peace Education – Alliance for Peacebuilding; and Rotary Positive Peace Activator. In addition, Patricia is Chief Catalyst of Mothering Across Continents delivering education projects in East Africa, nominated by South Sudan for a UNESCO literacy prize.  She holds an MSc, Consulting and Coaching for Change – Oxford Univ., UK, and HEC France; and MBA, Northwestern Univ. Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

JAMIE MUSSO

Jaime Musso is a German-Italian student, passionate about photography and international politics. He graduated in 2020 from EMIS, an international boarding school in Israel based on values of peace and sustainability. During his Gap year, Jaime started working for the Charney Resolution Center and organized the annual 'Peace simulation', a project focused on conflict resolution in the framework of Israel and Palestine. Furthermore, firm believer in art as a tool for social change, he directed 'Humans of EMIS', a documentary that shows the perspectives of 8 teenagers who are constantly exposed to conflict.