Khepera is a visual storyteller with over 17 years of experience in print, web content creation, television production and film directing. He began his career in Washington D.C. working with the late Tim Russert at "Meet The Press" for several years before moving on to "30 Rock" and producing for Ann Curry at "The Today Show." The past 7 years have brought a transition into the film and commercial world balancing content creation for local Bay Area organizations and startups with directing and producing for larger national entities. His approach to storytelling is rooted in digging deeper than what initially meets the eye and exploring overlooked aspects of a story. Khepera has a bachelor's in journalism from Rutgers University and has completed graduate coursework in film from the Academy of Art.Read More
Fueled by the first-hand experience of trauma caused by the War on Drugs, Arlene Guzman brings passion and dedication to her work in cannabis along with a deep understanding of Latinx issues, Silicon Valley venture capital and the California political system.
Arabella’s professional experience encompasses over 17 years in media and technology as a journalist, producer, and community strategist. She has interviewed over a hundred visionaries including entrepreneur Richard Branson and music artist apl.de.ap. An entrepreneur herself and early-adopter of media technology, Arabella started a webcasting company in 2007 that grew to serve organizations like DoSomething.org, The Hands-On Network, and The Women's Conference, then led by Maria Shriver. Arabella believes in practicing consistent art-making and enjoys oil painting and acting. Arabella has a bachelor's in political science and English from Rutgers University. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, Michael.Read More