Jack Grelle is an idealistic songwriter from St. Louis, Missouri. Combining the styles of folk, traditional country, honky tonk, and rock and roll, Grelle is able to capture the themes and tones of our country’s past and present struggles and triumphs.
Jean Ponzi's show Earthworms, on KDHX in St. Louis, MO, has welcomed thousands of listeners for over 30 years. Her eco-logical work blends teaching, storytelling, and bursting into song.
Jeremiah Johnson is an American blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. Johnson performs with Benet Schaeffer (drums), Frank Bauer (sax & backing vocals), and Tom Maloney (bass/slide guitar), Tony Anthonis (bass). Their music blends elements of St. Louis blues, Southern rock, and country.
Percy Green II, a seasoned activist and former Chairman of ACTION, has long fought for racial equality in this city and beyond.
Sarah is an exhibit and graphic designer with a passion for sustainable action and environmental conservation. At PGAV Destinations, she not only works with clients to design meaningful visitor experiences, she also founded and leads the company's first official Green Team.
Thom Wall is a juggler and variety entertainer based in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Wally Siewert has two central interests: Governance and Education.
He has explored public policy from the street level, as a community organizer, from the office-holder level, as a state-legislature lobbyist and campaigner, and at the abstract level, as an academic political theorist. His goal is to do some small part to make sure that the future of the human social endeavor benefits from hard-won lessons.
He believes that education is probably the only true social silver bullet. It is negatively correlated with virtually all-pervasive social ills, from poverty and crime to pollution. As an educator and as a citizen he works to continue the American tradition of universal education and civic engagement.
His specialties are Social Justice, The Ethics of the democratic (small d) Political Process, health care and energy policy.
Yvonne Osei is a German-born Ghanaian conceptual artist, curator and art educator.