Youth Media
Change Agent Productions Youth Media

Change Agent Productions is a social enterprise comprised of professional digital media artists who work alongside urban youth to carry out professional video productions, graphic design projects and digital media trainings. Change Agent Productions are passionate about visual language and dedicated to teaching corporate skills to youth from traditionally underrepresented populations. All profits go back into the community and fund their Youth Institute digital arts programs.

Liz Salinas Production Coordinator

Liz works as a Project Assistant and Production Coordinator at BAYCAT. BAYCAT is a non profit social enterprise that educates, empowers and employs San Francisco underserved youth in digital media. BAYCAT PRODUCTIONS, produces award-winning short films, so that young media producers can share their stories and positively transform their communities. Empower Youth. Transform Communities. One Story at a Time.

Padmini Narumanchi Producer And Educator

Padmini is a prolific media producer and educator who has produced and directed over a dozen films, including "Dust" and "in Real Life." As a media educator she has produced award-winning after school programs, designed curriculum, taught radio, video and post-production, and media literacy as well as helped youth build community, strengthen basic communication and literacy skills, apply for film festivals and more.

Zoe Alyce Salnave Film Production

Zoe is passionate about journalism, storytelling and creative writing. Within her young career, she has produced several films, each touching on themes such as identity, urban life, ethnicity and race, women's rights, sustainability, and change. Her films have been recognized at film festivals in the US and internationally. Film festivals where her work has been accepted and received awards, include the San Francisco International Film Festival, the National Film Festival for Talented Youth, Chicago International (Cineyouth) Film Festival, the Project YouthView Film Festival, the Albany Film Festival, the KQED Science and Film Festival, and the Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema Festival (to name a few). Her short film "Come to the Table" has been screened privately at the White House for the Obama family and was awarded on the Senate floor by the California State Senator Loni Hancock.

Bob Cabeza New Media, International Youth Media Projects

Bob Cabeza, founder of Change Agents Productions, is an avid believer in bringing technology resources to children, teens, and families. He has worked in Youth Development and Administration with the YMCA for 15 years. He has also worked with The Foundation for the Junior Blind as the Director of Camp and Recreation for their forty- acre camp located in Malibu, CA. Bob spent three years doing outdoor education in Europe, mainly Switzerland, Austria and England. His passion is providing connections and resources to the underserved and physically challenged.

Weezie Yancey-Siegel International Youth Liaison

Weezie is a changemaker and Student of Life with extensive experience in NGO leadership and development, social innovation/entrepreneurship, media & film creation, alternative education and life design. She is skilled in public speaking, group facilitation, youth mentorship, event and project management, writing, journalism, curriculum and education design. Weezie has substantial history of living and working abroad which lends to her ability to spot trends and communicate cross-culturally.

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