Lydia Dean Pilcher is a founder of Cine Mosaic, a New York based production company specializing in international co-productions with expertise in the US, Europe, India, Turkey, Africa and the Middle East. She is inspired by themes of cultural perception and social justice, and has produced over 35 feature films, most recently The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks for HBO Films, and the upcoming feature, Radium Girls, which she produced and co-directed with Ginny Mohler. Pilcher is a longtime environmental activist and believer in the power of stories to create change.
Ginny Mohler is a Brooklyn-based writer and director. Radium Girls is her debut feature film. Her work as a writer, producer and researcher in nonfiction television has fueled her passion for untold history and her commitment to telling the true stories of women who fight back. She discovered the story of the Radium Girls in 2012 while working on a documentary about the Manhattan Project alongside co-writer Brittany Shaw. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Dr. Elizabeth Southerland has a PhD in Environmental Science and Engineering from Virginia Tech. For over 30 years, she was a scientist/manager in USEPA before retiring in July 2017. Since retirement she has been an outspoken critic of the Trump administration repeal of public health and safety rules and dismantling of the USEPA.