Executive Team & Ambassadors 

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Jessica Barth

Chief Executive Officer

Jessica Barth is best known for her leading role in the movies Ted and Ted 2.  She began her career in the Philadelphia Theatre scene as a young girl which led her to a prestigious apprenticeship at Vassar College in association with New York Stage and Film. It was there that she honed her craft before deciding to head to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television and film.

During her years in LA, she has appeared and starred in numerous plays, commercials, television shows and films.  Jessica graduated with a degree in Theatre Arts and Creative Writing and has enjoyed writing short films, plays, a screenplay and a pilot which she will produce and direct in 2023.

In 2017, Jessica was among the first voices to speak out about her experiences of sexual harassment she endured from Harvey Weinstein and assault in the entertainment industry. She is now the Chief Executive Officer of Voices in Action, working to create tools for safety across the entertainment industry for all genders.

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Kristin

Vice President, Operations

Using a unique background in anthropology, tech, and psychology, Kristin develops modern solutions for organizational and societal issues based on research, data analysis, trauma-informed experience, and UX-strategy practices to create tools that benefit marginalized populations and help foster cultural and legislative reform.

Among the many customized tech tools and user portals she has developed for organizations across the country, Kristin created Voices in Action's unique reporting and timestamped documenting system of tracking perpetrators and matching victims that has helped thousands of people in the entertainment industry seek support and justice.

Kristin also gives educational talks and presentations on gender-based issues including consent, safety, inclusivity and, representation across schools, safe houses and shelters, government offices, and low-income communities around the world including including women empowerment programs in Haiti and Kenya; Indigenous Rights programs in Blackfoot, Montana; Human Trafficking programs in Miami, Florida; Immigration policy and reform awareness at El Otro Lado (the U.S./Mexican border), and more.

 

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Lisa Abeyta

Director of Tech & Innovation

Lilli Parks

Lilli Parks

Director of Web Development

Lilli Parks is the owner of Welby Creative, a digital marketing agency. Welby Creative helps to holistically build, grow, and establish brands through web development/ design, graphic design, and various online marketing methods. Lilli is passionate about helping organizations feel confident in the message and image they are presenting to the world, and believes in aligning with brands that are making a positive impact in our society.

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Terry Crews

Actor, Activist

"My message to all men is that you have to kill pride. You’ve been taught that pride is a manly thing, that pride is a good thing. But the problem with pride is that it stops you from growth. When you’re so proud that you won’t change, you’ve got problems. Male pride causes wars; millions of people have died because of male pride, because one man would not back down. Male pride will say, 'I’d rather blow up my whole family than have everyone look at me as though I’ve lost.' That is so dangerous."

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Mira Sorvino

Actress, Activist

Mira Sorvino is a humanitarian, philanthropist, and actress. Her notable roles include Romy and Michelle's High School ReunionLulu on the Bridge, and Summer of Sam. In she won an Academy Award for best supporting actress for her role in Mighty Aphrodite.

She has been affiliated with Amnesty International since 2004. In 2006, was honored with Amnesty International’s Artist of Conscience Award given to those who have displayed longstanding philanthropic and humanist efforts. Sorvino has been a U.N. Goodwill Ambassador to Combat Human Trafficking, since 2009 through 2012, and has lobbied Congress to abolish human trafficking in Darfur. She has been a leading voice and advocate or survivors, as well as a survivor herself.

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Harold Perrineau

Actor, Activist

Harrold Perrineau is an actor, known for many notable roles in television series' including Lost, Oz, and Sons of Anarchy, The Unusuals, and in films such as The Matrix, Romeo + Juliet, The Best Man, 28 Weeks Later, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, and more.  He currently stars as Dead Simms in the TNT series Claws.

“I take seriously my role as an ally to the many brave women and men who came forward with their stories of sexual assault. I truly believe that Voices in Action will be a great and necessary resource in helping survivors get one step closer to the justice and healing they deserve.“

Jonathon Schaech

Jonathon Schaech

Actor, Activist

Johnathon Schaech is an actor, known for many notable films and television roles including playing the lead singer of The Wonders in Tom Hanks’ That Thing You Do!  Over the last twenty years, he's starred in over one-hundred and sixty Hollywood productions. Schaech currently portrays comic-book legend Jonah Hex on DC's Legends of Tomorrow.
Johnathon uses his voice for dyslexia, working with Harvard University accredited NoticeAbility.org; a nonprofit dedicated to helping students with the brain-based difference identify their unique strengths and build their self-esteem.
Brittany Perrineau

Brittany Perrineau

Actress, Activist

"Sexual assault is a serious and often life changing event. Women and men often take years to report or don't report at all for fear of not being believed. Online reporting and matching victims with others that have the same perpetrators is crucial as many times there is safety in numbers.  Please join us as we seek accountability from our peers, law enforcement, and our judicial system to end these abuses in the workplace."

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Jennifer Eckhart

Journalist, Activist

Jennifer Eckhart is a journalist, news anchor, radio personality and producer who has been featured on Fox News, Fox Business Network, and Fox Nation. She continues her fight as a tireless advocate for women’s and victim’s rights and we are grateful for her Voice.

She is currently the host of the popular podcast, Reinvented.

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Rosanna Arquette

Actress, Activist

Pamela Guest

Pamela Guest

Actress, Activist

Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott

Actress, Activist

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