AMOS WHITE V is a inter-disciplinary multimedia artist, event producer, and exhibit designer. A graduate of the College of Human Ecology at the University of Maryland, College Park, Amos bridges his passion for the arts and human relations with the formation of THE ARTISTS FORUM ⁃ a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization specializing in media, events, and juried competitions for artists. Founded in 1998, THE ARTISTS FORUM produces an array of programs that foster networking and collaboration among artists and the community at large.

Henry S. Kanegsberg


HENRY S. KANEGSBERG ⁃ A graduate of Ithaca College, Henry received his MBA from NYU and is a former finance and administration executive in the broadcasting, music and publishing industries. He held senior positions with NBC, RCA Records and Random House. Currently, Henry is the chair of community organizations for the Mount Sinai Hospital System in New York City.

Glynette Bowers Brown


GLYNETTE BOWERS BROWN is a retired teaching professional who is passionate about the arts. A graduate of Florida A & M University, Glynette received her Masters in Educational Counseling from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. In addition to her duties as our secretary, Glynette remains active in many religious, civic, and social organizations on local, state and national levels.

Christopher J. P. Mitchell, Esq.


CHRISTOPHER J. P. MITCHELL, ESQ. and his firm, The Law Offices of CChristopher J. P. Mitchell PLLC, helps artists protect their rights and works in the Greater New York City area.

Devorah E. Hill


DEVORAH E. HILL is a multimedia artist and media educator who has taught countless producers the fine art of non-linear editing for television in New York City. Additionally Devorah has been served as a juror for many area film festivals who focus on providing platforms for the emerging filmmaker.

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