Meet the Team

Founders 

Voices in Action is the brainchild of Caitlin Dulany and Jessica Barth, veterans of the industry and two of the earliest voices to speak out against Harvey Weinstein. Read more about who they are below.

Jessica Barth
Founder

Writer, producer, actress, child advocate, and founder of Voices in Action.

Jessica Barth is best known for her breakout leading role in the hilarious Ted movie franchise.  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 the Spring.  Jessica also created Champagne and Vinyl, lifestyle blog documenting the trials and tribulations of her life as a wife and mother of three children with honesty and biting humor.  

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. 

Jessica is also a lifelong passionate advocate for young women and has worked for years with foster care youth, teaching female empowerment through art. Today, she is thrilled to offer Voices in Action to the entertainment community in an effort to eradicate the abuse of power and gender inequality in our industry.

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Caitlin Dulany
Founder

Caitlin Dulany grew up in Brooklyn, New York and attended St. Ann's School, where her mother was a teacher and school administrator. After graduating from Northwestern University in Chicago, she split her time between New York and Los Angeles, appearing in numerous television shows, including Law and Order, ER and Criminal Minds, among others. Her film work includes the Todd Phillip's produced Project X, and Spike Lee’s Oldboy.

The roots of Caitlin’s interest in advocacy and activism stem back to her upbringing; the Civil Rights, Anti-Vietnam War and United Farm Workers Movements were seminal to her parents beliefs and instilled in her the idea that social and cultural movements matter.

While Caitlin was raising her son, she took on a number of leadership positions in organizations that support educational programs in the Los Angeles public school system. She is also passionate about the environment and currently works in Environmental Education with TreePeople, an environmental advocacy group based in LA.

Since joining the #MeToo movement and speaking out about her experiences with Harvey Weinstein, Caitlin has become a passionate advocate for change in the areas of sexual assault and harassment laws and policy, victim’s rights, and equity. She is proud to call herself a Silence Breaker and to lend her voice and experience to this movement and the important issues it is shining a light on.

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Behind the Scenes

It takes a village. Here are our key members.

Kristin Wonder
Web Manager | Content Creative

A Philadelphia-based content and projects editor working on a master's degree in communication sciences and linguistics. Vegan, dog-lover without a dog, peace-seeker, number one fan of outer space, David Bowie, Stephen Hawking, and Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Unapologetically female and unwavering supporter of the #MeToo movement, LGBTQ community, and vocal opponent of any party who dares to marginalize any minority individual or group.  

Alex Little
Legal

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