Chicago native, Adrienne Swan, is a consummate professional with 20 years of experience as a Production Accountant. She is a member of the IATSE Union for accountants both in Los Angeles and New York. Her experiences are sought out by the industry on both the major studios and independent level with over 30 credits in her filmography. Adrienne’s degree in Accountancy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, coupled with corporate experience, more than prepared her a successful career in the entertainment industry. Adrienne has also been a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. since 1988.
Gary, IN native, LaTrice L. Edwards industry experience started in 2001 as a make-up artist for several studio films, television and Broadway theatrical shows. The I.A.T.S.E. film union member has had the opportunity to work with industry legends such as Ron Howard (“The Dilemma”) and Kelsey Grammer (“Boss”), in addition to working with several notable figures and celebrities, including President Barack Obama. Edwards holds degrees in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing from Ball State University. The Ball State University Alumni Association honored Edwards in 2007 with the Alumni Award of Achievement, in recognition of her professional accomplishments and voluntary service. Edwards is a 2011 life membership inductee of the Northwest Indiana Society of Innovators.
Chicago native, Natasha Parker is a writer, director and producer raised on the West Side of Chicago, North Lawndale Community. Believing all things are possible, Parker graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a B.A. in Speech Communications and African-American Studies. Following her studies at the Independent Screenwriters Group, she began a career in the entertainment industry in 2004. Natasha is a Location Manager and member of the Director's Guild of America and IATSE 476. As a supporter of independent filmmaking she is also a member of IFP and Women In Film. Natasha has been a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. since 1994.