Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau is a filmmaker, syndicated talk radio host, and consumer health advocate. After a decade as a pharmaceutical sales rep, she now works as an independent filmmaker and syndicated radio talk show host. Her films include Side Effects starring Katherine Heigl and Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety, which was deemed by the American Library Association as one of the most important films of 2008.
Kathleen has been featured by more than 100 media outlets worldwide, including the New York Times, The Economist, CNN, NPR, Atlantic Monthly, and Oprah Radio. She has also been a contributor to O, The Oprah Magazine. And she is an occasional contributor to The Huffington Post.
Recognizing a hunger for good information delivered in an entertaining format as well as the need for some estrogen on the airwaves, Kathleen launched The Kathleen Show, a syndicated radio show which now airs in eight cities throughout the country. The program features the country’s most provocative guests who inspire listeners to push back and say hell no to the status quo. She was recently named among the top 50 talk show hosts in the country by Talkers magazine.
Holly Mosheris an award winning filmmaker who brings socially conscious films to the public. After graduating with honors from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Holly produced a number of commercials and feature films. In 2004 she made her directorial debut with the documentary, Hummingbird. Afterwards, she produced the critically acclaimed films Side Effects, starring Katherine Heigl, and the follow-up documentary Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety.
Ennis blogs about viral videos for eGuiders.com and is a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post. Ennis co-founded Video the Vote, a non-partisan, not for profit group that documents and reports voting problems. He teaches documentary filmmaking at UCLA Extension.