Robert John Stelling—is the silent partner of Red Dashboard LLC Publications, but handles the technology side of the business. He is a software engineer for a corporation in Princeton, New Jersey since 2006, and has been involved with his wife, Elizabeth Akin Stelling in other business ventures since 1997 (Dallas, Texas).
Elizabeth Akin Stelling—is primary owner/managing editor of Red Dashboard LLC Publications, which is her grassroots business where the two spear-head anthologies, dis*or*der, mental illness and its affects (influence) and Moving Beyond Mars: A Voice for Victims/Survivors of Abuse (domestic and sexual) campaigns’ got their start. She is a writer, editor, and publisher since 2006; writing articles for local papers and NJBiz website, as well as her own blogs. Elizabeth’s first collection of poetry and prose was published in 2014, My South By Southwest: A Cast Iron Tempo Recollection.
Anthony Roberts—Anthony Roberts is a veteran of Baltimore and Afghanistan. He is an Adjunct Professor of Writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University where he is also on the staff of The Literary Review. He is a graduate of The New School in New York City with a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing. His poetry has appeared in The Other Voices Literary Anthology, Southerly Literary Journal, and has been translated in Czech, Persian, Bengali, Hebrew, and Italian. He presently resides in Alexandria, NJ. His first book, Pigtown was published in Dec/2017.
Annmarie Lockhart—is the founding editor of vox poetica, an online literary salon dedicated to bringing poetry into the everyday. She also owns and runs unbound Content, a new indie publishing house. Her writing can be read at Caper Journal, Contemporary American Voices, Eclectic Flash, Journal of Liberal Arts and Education, Leaf Garden, OVS Magazine, Referential Magazine, Spark, Touch: A Journal of Healing.
David Messineo—David has an extensive association with not-for-profit organizations, spanning three decades. From his initial work fundraising for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation circa 1982, to his employment as Newsletter Editor/Writer for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 1990, to his employment as Assistant to the Executive Director of Platinum Minds in the 2000s – all 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organizations – he brings to our Board of Directors an uncommon blend of creative perspective and business savvy. He has been an unpaid volunteer for Sensations Magazine, a multiple-award-winning literary magazine, since 1987, and through that has 30 years of practical experience in building and sustaining a publication and associated social group, handling all aspects of activities there from publishing to event planning, to short-term and long-term financial and artistic planning. He appreciates the opportunity to contribute some of his life learning experiences for the benefit of others, and welcomes being part of the Board of Directors of The Write2Change as it works toward securing its not-for-profit status, and beyond.
Barbara Brenner will be sitting in on first board meeting to decide if she has time and bring input into this venture.
Volunteers & Employees—
Lindsay Erin Holeman is a teacher, spoken word poet, & self-taught artist. Before she entered Education, she worked extensively in the non-profit sector as a board member for the RISE Foundation (advocating for children who have been affected by bullying) and for the No Stigma Network (assisting young adults living with mental disorders and educating the community about different mental health conditions to reduce ongoing stigma). She is a Master of Arts candidate in Special Education at Rider University.
Visit her at www.lindsay-holeman.webnode.com