We are grateful to to the following people for the contribution of their time and energy to this project.
A Los Angeles native, Jesse Crall graduated from UCLA’s English Department before working as a copywriter, script reader and project manager for an engineering firm. Now pursuing a master’s degree in writing at NYU, he splits his time between Studio City and Manhattan.
Victoria Lynn Hall
Writer, Creative Coordinator
A self taught artist and creative entrepreneur, Victoria Lynn Hall lives in the Kansas City area with 4 spoiled cats. She believes in art and the magic of kindness.
I am a disillusioned twenty-something currently working as a veterinary assistant. I have always worked with animals, and always will. Although I would like to broaden my scope to help the human animal, I couldn’t think of where to begin. For now I have settled for using my voice when and where I can. Trying to better myself day by day. Fighting the descent into apathy. Dreaming of a new era of justice.
Abraham Entin is a singer, songwriter, and storyteller who dances at every opportunity. He is a long-time student of Rudolf Steiner’s social ideas and is particularly interested in how spiritual perspectives influence and help bring about positive social change.
He is the author of Living on the Fringe: A Memoir
Maggie is the talent behind our Amplifire Project Logo. She studied Digital and Graphic Design at Westwood College Chicago Loop and Business/Marketing at Northern Illinois University.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in her work.
I am a mother, holistic physical therapist, writer, and social activist on a transformation spiritual journey.
Kerri spends her days as an office administrator for a ballet barre manufacturer and her free time playing frisbee with her dog in NJ. Often at a loss for words in person, she writes to make sense of the world and connect with others. She wishes for more curiosity & kindness in the world.
I am an activist, healer, (very fast) walker, beach & outdoor fanatic, and a lover. I smile and say hello to strangers. I love hugs. I’m also an Army veteran. I’m passionate about learning and promoting amazing people and ideas.
Katie Elizabeth is a single mom of two energetic, loving boys; a teacher who puts her whole heart into her career, and a believer that you can make your life whatever you want it to be, if you just decide.
Kim D. is an artist, activist and mom living in Southern California with a family of people and animals that she loves with her whole heart.
Michael is a writer and youth minister who resides in Seattle Washington. He is also the director of the Occupy Faith initiative.
If you are interested in becoming a contributor to Amplifire Project, please see our Share Your Story page.