Tony Hartman has been an international educator for 13 years and has taught in China, Kansas, and Arkansas. He is the instructional technology coordinator at Spring International Language Center at the University of Arkansas, where he teaches international students, teachers, and scholars. Tony specializes in instructional technology and design, and he is a team leader for the Commission on English Language Accreditation. When he isn’t fly fishing, Tony enjoys cooking, hiking, traveling, and reading.
Aaron is an award-winning filmmaker and national Emmy-nominated cinematographer who grew up in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Kopp shot and co-produced the Academy Award-winning documentary about acid attacks in Pakistan, Saving Face. He was also a cinematographer for the Sundance Audience Awarding winning and Academy Award nominated film, The Hunting Ground, about sexual assault on college campuses. He has worked across Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, North America, and the South Pacific on films for HBO, Netflix Originals, National Geographic, Discovery, UK Channel4, CBS, CNN, and PBS. He has worked on theatrically released feature films, Television series, and commercials for corporate and international non-profit clients. Kopp was awarded grants from the MacArthur Foundation and the Doha Film Institute for his upcoming feature directorial debut, Liyana.
Philip is a licensed professional counselor. His practice has focused on substance use disorders and the family. He has contributed to federal grant programs studying the effects of family therapy on substance use treatment, as well as designing online education and self help programs on substance use. He has presented his work to the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
His passions include mountaineering on Colorado's 54 14,000 ft. peaks, home improvement, and of course, politics. What little spare time he has is spent with his wife fixing their home, or chasing their kids.