1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Lulie Haddad, the founder of EveryVoice Productions and an award-winning documentary producer/director/writer, has worked in television and film for over fifteen years. She is currently executive producing a film on dyslexia and creativity. Most recently, Lulie was the senior producer for Firelight Media’s Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise, which aired nationally on PBS for the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. Prior to that, she was producer/director for ROJA Productions on a four-part series for PBS titled Matters of Race. Both programs received the Columbia School of Journalism’s Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award.
Lulie’s credits include producer/writer/director of “Guide My Feet,” an episode of This Far by Faith produced by Blackside, Inc., a PBS series she helped develop. She has worked for ABC News, Wall Street Journal Television and VH1, as well as several award-winning PBS series, including: The Great Depression, America’s War on Poverty and "Truman" (for The American Experience). She has also produced films in India and Mexico.
Lulie has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University and a Masters degree in Theological Studies from Harvard University. She is a board member for Human Rights Watch US division, on the board of Screeners for the duPont-Columbia Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism, a judge for the Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, treasurer of the WGAE Foundation and a member of the Media Advisory Committee for Auburn Seminary.