Marla is a Haitian-born performer, published model, activist and student in her last semester of her Computer science degree at Fordham University. Her professional career launched after being named the Jimmy Award winner for Best Actress in 2015 which opened the door for her on and off-Broadway (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), television (Netflix’s Seven Seconds), and commercial credits. While finishing her degree, she has continued to push her creative voice in several disciplines and has made it her mission to make art that claims ownership of her Blackness and her Black experience unapologetically, and is committed to encourage all people to do the same.
Sarah is an amplifier for Black voices, actor, and educator living in Queens, New York. She has studied music, acting and psychology and is especially interested in applying research across disciplines. Goeke is passionate about spreading information and resources to empower Black lives.
Izzie is an activist, actor, and New Yorker currently working in Los Angeles, CA. She is highly involved in community activism and social justice, and works to integrate that into her art and acting career as well. Isabel has always been involved and devoted to inclusive Women’s Healthcare, working alongside Planned Parenthood and NARAL, and is equally as passionate about furthering the lifelong work of what it means to be a powerful, interdisciplinary, ally.