Our board is growing and currently includes the following activists dedicated to raising awareness and educating the public around basic women’s rights. Intersectionality and the celebration of diversity is reflected on our board to ensure various marginalized groups are represented. We are currently talking with various organizations and movements to explore partnership opportunities such the New England Planned Parenthood affiliate and the Women’s March and #metoo movements. This campaign was inspired by the #grabhimbytheballot movement organized by Anja Schutz in 2016.
Dawn P. Robertson has been an advocate devoted to improving women’s rights for almost thirty years. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, where she studied Women’s Studies and History. She later graduated from Harvard Law School where she studied Hate Crimes and Civil Rights. Ms. Robertson has practiced law on Wall Street, founded a thriving international recruiting company and currently writes about female nudity, sexuality and women’s rights.
Vince Hemingson won the Gold Medal in Fine Art/Nudes from the Tokyo International Foto Awards for his Tree of Life photograph. The photo is part of his renowned Nude in the Landscape series. He is a photographer, writer/adventurer, world traveler, best-selling author, and filmmaker. Recognized as one of the top 100 fine art nude photographers in the world, he has been a passionate photographer for more than thirty years and has received certification from the highly regarded Langara Continuing Studies Photography Certificate Program. He has studied and taken Master Classes with the likes of Ralph Gibson, Greg Gorman, Joe McNally, Freeman Patterson, Thom Hogan and Peter Hurley who later became a mentor.