Marcia Biggs is a Special Correspondent for PBS NewsHour, specializing in coverage of the Middle East, where she has over a decade of experience. Recent highlights include a four-part series “Inside Yemen”, as well as in-depth reports on the battle against ISIS in Iraq and the human rights violations taking place against those fleeing Mosul.
Rachel Hauser has been working with Musicambia since the fall of 2014 and is thrilled to join us in our mission to provide meaningful musical experiences to inmates across America. An active Development Consultant since 2010, Ms. Hauser has helped organizations across all genres of the arts achieve their fundraising goals. She works regularly with
Deb Magocsi studied philosophy in the White Mountains of New Hampshire at Dartmouth College and in the Black Forest of Germany on a DAAD fellowship before moving to New York City to study filmmaking at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. After years of producing award-winning film and television, including satiric commercials for Saturday Night
Robert Pollock is an advocate for the role of the arts and its intersection with criminal justice. He is an ongoing participant in Rehabilitation Through the Arts, Musicambia, Refoundry, and a teaching artist Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections reentry initiative. He has collaborated with the Fortune Society, Osborne Association, Creative Time, and participated in workshops and
Luke brings to Musicambia years of experience working with people incarcerated as well as a background in music. Currently, Luke is a Staff Attorney for the Legal Aid Society’s Criminal Defense Practice in Brooklyn, where he represents clients charged with felonies and misdemeanors. In addition to his work at the Legal Aid Society, Luke is