Loki Mulholland – Founder & Executive Director
Robert received his BBA from North Carolina Central University (Magna Cum Laude in business/finance, 1996) and an MBA from University of New Haven (2003). Having honorably served for 3 years, Robert is a veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division, US Army (Ft. Bragg, NC) and completed a 2 year mission with his church.
Jeanne Luckett has been a communications professional for over 50 years, working principally with nonprofits, public agencies, and social justice and human rights initiatives. She is currently communications consultant for the Eudora Welty Foundation (since 2007) and the International Museum of Muslim Cultures (since 2001), a position she held in 2012-2013 for the Medgar and Myrlie Evers Institute and from 2010-2012 for the Mississippi Freedom 50th Foundation. From 1975-2007 she was co-owner of Communication Arts Company in Jackson, Mississippi, an internationally award-winning graphic and exhibit design and media production studio.
Jerry Mitchell – Civil Rights Advisor
The stories of Clarion-Ledger investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell have helped put four Klansmen and a suspected serial killer behind bars. His stories have also exposed injustices and corruption in Mississippi, helping lead to investigations, exonerations, firings and reforms of state agencies. A winner of a $500,000 MacArthur “genius” grant and more than 30 other national awards, including being named a Pulitzer Prize finalist and a recipient of the inaugural Medgar Evers Justice Award, he is finishing his memoir about his pursuit of civil rights cold cases, Race Against Time, for Simon & Schuster.
Kim Mogilevsky – Education Officer
Katrina Rouse – Curriculum Advisor