Erika Campany: Director of Social Impact
Erika Campany received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Television and Screenwriting and is pursuing her writing career. An avid animal lover, she is a founding member of Rockin' Pets Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides food and veterinary care for homeless animals. She works as a paralegal at a consumer law firm, where she helps people fight for their rights against unscrupulous employers, underhanded corporations and negligent individuals.
Jennifer Chang: Director of Operations
Jennifer hails from the great state of Texas, where she earned her bachelors in Public Relations. Jennifer has been a member of the LPC since 2016 and was an integral part of bring the LPC's original play, THE GRAY to the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2018. When she's not serving her community, Jennifer can be found writing comic books or taking dance classes.
Katie Cofield: Co-Founder & Director of Outreach
Katie is an actress, singer, voiceover artist and writer originally from Atlanta, GA. Recent credits include Jane the Virgin (CW), Sleepy Hollow (FOX), Outcast (Cinemax), and indie feature Una Great Movie. Katie volunteers regularly with Baby2Baby and would love for you to join her sometime! Katie loves playing the ukulele, pole dancing, her slightly broken cat (IG: @itsoutagain), her amazing spouse (www.parkcofield.com) and creating art of all kinds with incredible women. More at www.katiecofield.com.
Lori Erickson: Co-Founder & Artistic Director
By day, Lori is the Vice President of Casting at CBS Television Studios, where she oversees the casting of television shows and pilots, and where she created a charity-focused short film competition aimed at empowering assistants to serve as storytellers in creative leadership positions. She recently completed a National Arts Strategies Creative Community Fellowship, and is earning her M.A. in Business Design and Arts Leadership at Savannah College of Art and Design. She has worked at CAA and Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and is a graduate of Stephens College.
Christy Lee Hughes: Director of Part-icipation
Christy Lee Hughes is an actor with a passion for raw, authentic storytelling that shines light on the journey of the underdog. She has had leading roles in national tours and acclaimed regional productions, has earned a Best Actress Award for film work, and been seen in premieres at Sundance. Christy was a writer on the CBS Diversity Comedy Showcase and works as the Manager of Corporate Sponsorship at The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. More at www.christyleehughes.com!
Toni Anita Hull: Treasurer & Director of Fundraising
Toni Anita Hull hails from Surprise, AZ, but it comes as no surprise that she is pursuing comedy after spending her post-Stephens College years on a journey to find herself. From working the register at Urban Outfitters to working on a French farm, she is happy to be settled in Los Angeles doing what she loves to do. Toni earned her MFA in TV and Screenwriting, with a minor in nun-appreciation and Jon Hamm fanaticism. Toni is honored to be a member of the LPC and hopes to play a role in making the world a better, happier, safer place for all. www.tonianitahull.com
Tennessee Martin: Co-Founder
Tennessee Martin is a southern screenwriter and poet who studied Digital Film and Visual Art at Stephens College. Her unique female-influenced education at the second oldest women’s college in the U.S planted a feminist seed inside of her that necessarily grows stronger every single day. Tennessee has worked on hit shows such as LUCIFER on FOX, TRAINING DAY on CBS, and is currently working for A-list director David Ayer on FAMILY CRIMES for Starz where she works to bring diversity and equality to the big screen. In her free time she enjoys painting, writing, camping – and telling really punny jokes.
Jenapher Zheng: Director of Creative Engagement
Jenapher Zheng is a Chinese American actor, writer, and multi-disciplinary artist who is an LA native. Her previous acting work includes shows at La Jolla Playhouse, East West Players, The Old Globe, Wuzhen Festival, South Coast Rep, as well as in films shown at festivals. She is an avid gamer and immersive theatre enthusiast who is a host on the geek podcast PanGeekery.