Our very own community of movers & shakers -
SPORK!'s dedicated volunteers
Sarah Dhobhany is a Brooklyn native and graduate from SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Art History and Museum Professions. She joins the SPORK! team as Marketing Director, managing communication and outreach through SPORK!'s digital channels.
SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
Rebecca is a 2009 graduate from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and currently works in the financial industry with a lifelong interest in mental health care and its accessibility.
SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR
Jessica is currently a second year student at the University of Chicago, pursuing a degree in economics. She is involved with the Asian Students' Union and alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority Inc. on her campus.
GRANT WRITER COORDINATOR
Phyllis Hamilton-Hill has been a freelance writer for over 30 years and a published author. She has a degree in journalism with a background and training that includes community programming, dispute resolution and arbitration. Her research and writing abilities have proven instrumental in obtaining funding for a variety of groups and organizations.
To contact Phyllis about Grants & Grant Writer Positions, please email her at email@example.com
Lia Crawford is a freelance writer and lifelong activist whose life purpose is to change the narrative in media for under-served communities, including differently abled people. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Media Arts and her background includes film-making, public relations, and grant writing - raising over $1 Million in both the public health sector and media production.
You can follow Lia on Twitter @LCrawford910 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Steinberg is a video editor, writer, and producer of his own shorts as well as freelance for various projects in Chicago. He occasionally curates his own screenings of absurdist shorts featuring various artists and has been screened in various places such as CanTV, ACRETV, Wretched Nobles, Cinema Culture, and Comfort Station.
For more information about Rob, please visit his website.
Nathan Rodgers is a filmmaker currently studying at Columbia College Chicago.
Nathan fell in love with film at an early age and was fascinated by the way in which the medium could be used tell stories. He has found that his interest reside in Post-Production and loves coming up with unique ways to tell a story both through picture and through sound.
For more information about Nathan, please visit his website.