Monthly Archives: December 2010

Pacific Wayfinders Media Panel – Susan Smitten

Pacific Wayfinders Conference, Nov 11, 2010. Media as a Tool for Communication, Advocacy & Education. Moderator – Kirk Schwartz. Panelist – Susan Smitten. Susan Smitten is the Executive Director of RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Envoronmental Needs. She is a filmmaker, television producer, journalist and writer. Her films include “Blue Gold: the Tsilhqot’in Fight for Teztan Biny”

Pacific Wayfinders Media Panel – Barbara Hager

acific Wayfinders Conference, Nov 11, 2010. Media as a Tool for Communication, Advocacy & Education. Moderator – Kirk Schwartz. Panelist – Barbara Hager. Barbara Hager is television and documentary producer, writer and director. She is the Producer and Director of “The New Canoe” which airs on CHUM, CTV and APTN. She is the author of two biographies: “Honour Song” and “On Her Way: the Life and Music of Shania Twain”.

Pacific Wayfinders Media Panel – Renagi Katiola Ugava Taukarai

acific Wayfinders Conference, Nov 11, 2010. Media as a Tool for Communication, Advocacy & Education. Moderator – Kirk Schwartz. Panelist – Renagi Katiola Ugava Taukarai. Renagi is a Journalist and Producer from Papua New Guinea. She has worked as a host, journalist and producer for FM100 in Papua New Guinea. She recently established “One Productions”, a TV and Radio production company focused on development issues in the Pacific

Pacific Wayfinders Media Panel – Jeannette Paulson Hereniko

acific Wayfinders Conference, Nov 11, 2010. Media as a Tool for Communication, Advocacy & Education. Moderator – Kirk Schwartz. Jeannette Paulson Hereniko. Jeannette is president of Asia Pacific Films, an online film library streaming over 500 films. She is the founder of the Hawaii International Film Festival and served as its director from 1981 to 1986. She was the Founding Director of the Asia Pacific Media Center at the University of Southern Californina. She is the Producer of the award winning film “The Land Has Eyes”

Pacific Wayfinders Media Panel – Christine Germano

acific Wayfinders Conference, Nov 11, 2010. Media as a Tool for Communication, Advocacy & Education. Moderator – Kirk Schwartz. Panelist – Christine Germano, Executive Director of the Constant Arts Society. Christine is currently working with Artic and South Pacific youth in a project called “Many Small Voices”, to explore environmental impact. She is a photographer, bookmaker and educator who has exhibited nationally and internationally including the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Minzu University in China and the National Museum of Denmark