Laurel Krause ---- Co-founder & Director of the Truth Tribunal
Laurel Krause is an advocate for Kent State truth and for the protection of protesters in America today, also dedicated to safe renewable energy and combating climate crises. Since 2007 Laurel has written on these topics at her blog, MendoCoastCurrent. Laurel makes her home at the Allison Center for Peace on the Mendocino Coast of Northern California. Before spearheading this effort for her sister Allison Krause, Laurel worked in sales and marketing at technology start-ups in the early days of Silicon Valley.
Karmen Ross ---- Communications Strategy
Karmen Ross is a filmmaker and political strategist with many years of experience in truth-seeking initiatives. Karmen has received numerous prizes, including Emmy awards, a Cable Ace award, a Robert F. Kennedy journalism award and her work has been featured by The New York Times, CNN, CBS 60 Minutes, Newsweek and many others. She was the first Communications Director for the International Center for Transitional Justice, founded by members of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission and worked for many years to help survivors of the Bosnian war seek accountability for war crimes. She most recently completed her MBA at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School.
Tracy Bunting ---- Associate Producer
Tracy Bunting graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2005 with a BA in History and from NYU in 2008 with an MA in Archives and Public History. She was an Associate Producer on the Oscar-shortlisted documentary, William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe. Tracy currently resides in LA where she works in commercial production.
Emily Kunstler –-- Co-founder & Video Archivist of the Truth Tribunal
Emily Kunstler graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA and honors in Film and Video. Emily was a video producer for Democracy Now!, an independent national television and radio news program, and a studio art fellow with the Independent Study Program of the Whitney Museum of American Art, and is a co-founder of the Kent State Truth Tribunal. In 2000, along with her sister, Sarah, Emily co-founded Off Center Media, a production company that produces documentaries exposing injustice in the criminal justice system. Off Center Media films have contributed to campaigns to stay executions, convince decision makers to reopen cases, and exonerate the wrongfully convicted. Emily has made two feature documentaries, William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe (Sundance 2009, POV/PBS), which was short-listed for the Best Documentary Oscar, and Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America (SXSX 2021) which won an Audience Award at SXSW and the Golden Space Needle at Seattle International Film Festival.
Martina Radwan ---- Cinematographer
Martina, a German/Syrian, based in NYC for more than 20 years, has been the cinematographer of award-winning documentaries, including Saving Face, for which she earned a 2013 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Cinematography. The film was also the winner of the 2012 Academy Award and the 2013 Emmy for Best Documentary. Most of her documentaries, like Inventing Tomorrow, The Final Year, The Family I had, The Promised Band, Through a Lens Darkly and William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe can be seen on national and international screens, as well as HBO, Showtime and PBS. Her directorial debut Spring In Awe received the Media Awareness Award at the Media That Matters Film Festival, 2004, as well as the Best Editing Award at the Brooklyn Film Festival. Her second film Aliens Among Us was part of DocuWeek 2009. She is currently in post-production with her first feature-length documentary, currently titled Stolen Childhood. Martina is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures and Science, Documentary Branch.