Board Members

Pam Levy

George Siegal,CEO

Erin Capone

Kevin Hawkins

Gil Atzmon

Our Board of Directors brings a wide range of experience to help us achieve our mission.

George Siegal, Founder & CEO

George began his career in front of the camera as a newscaster, sportscaster, and weathercaster. He worked in markets from Los Angeles to San Francisco, Seattle, Detroit, and San Antonio, Texas. In addition to work in front of the camera, George was a feature reporter and producer. He made numerous appearances and speeches on behalf of the stations he worked for and hosted The Jerry Lewis Telethon.

In 2001 George formed J.E.L. Productions, a video production company that produces commercials, infomercials, television programs and documentary films. George’s client loved the fact he completed their projects on time and on budget. The company also created their own original programming, which included a Texas Travel Program and a building and remodeling show.

George is most proud of his latest venture, forming the nonprofit documentary film company Move the World Films, Inc.

George, his wife Nancy and their children live in Tampa, Florida.
    

Erin Capone

Erin Capone serves as director of development for Rutgers School of Social Work, where she oversees fundraising operations, alumni and community engagement, and strategic partnerships. Erin previously served as director of development for The Andrew Goodman Foundation and executive director of Overcoming Obstacles, two nonprofit organizations dedicated to advancing social justice through the development of critical life skills in today's youth. She speaks nationally on this topic, has made media appearances on NBC, FOX, and the Solutions Webcast hosted by Clemson University and was featured in an article in the New York Daily News.

In addition to the board of Move the World Films, Erin currently serves on the Millennial Advisory Committee of The Andrew Goodman Foundation, the grant writing committee of the Hasbrouck Heights School District, and the Rutgers Club of North Jersey.

Erin began her career as a children’s social worker after graduating with an MSW from New York University and a BA in Social Work from Rutgers University, where she first discovered her passion for social justice.

She lives in New Jersey with her high school sweetheart, Vinny, and their two children.

Pam Levy

Ms. Pamela (“Pam”) R. Levy currently serves on the Board of Directors of UVision360 Inc, a startup women’s medical device company. She also serves on the Advisory Board of Austin
Highlands Advisors, a firm that provides customized strategic, operating and financial advice to Boards of Directors and Senior Management. From May 2013, she served on the Board of Directors and the Audit, Compensation and Transaction Committees of Medical Action Industries, a NASDAQ listed medical products company, until its acquisition by Owens & Minor in October 2014. Per Sarbanes Oxley, she qualifies as a “financial expert”, a requirement for public company audit committee chairs.

From November 2011 through October 2015, Ms. Levy served on the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee of private equity-backed HCMC Legal, Inc., a provider of legal and review
management services, and human capital solutions to law firms, law firms’ clients, and large corporations.

Ms. Levy is the Founder and President of PEARL Financial Advisors LLC, a healthcare debt capital advisory firm she established in March 2010.

From 1993 through February 2010, Ms. Levy served in multiple positions, including as a senior officer and team leader, at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and predecessors Banc of America
Securities and Nations Bank N.A.

Ms. Levy received a B.A. degree in Middle Eastern Studies at the University of California at Berkeley and her Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University. She has earned both the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) and CFP® (Certified Financial Planner®) designations.

Ms. Levy serves on the Board of Directors of Social Venture Partners Charleston and is an Advisor to Reading Partners and Turning Leaf, not-for-profit organizations in the Greater Charleston SC region.

Kevin Hawkins

Kevin Hawkins resides in South Bend, Indiana, is husband to Karen, and father to daughter Selina and son Spenser. He earned a BA in psychology from the University of Notre Dame in 1981. Since 2003, Kevin has worked as a mediator and labor relations professional. Mr Hawkins also serves both as a board member and on the pastoral staff with Encounter Church Las Vegas.

In all of his roles, Kevin strives to elevate the quality of life for his fellow man by teaching people how to better communicate, resolve differences, and promote peace in their personal and professional lives.

Gil Atzmon

Gil Atzmon has over 30 years experience in the mineral resource sector.  His career includes positions as a mining fund manager, investment banker, and mining executive.  Mr. Atzmon participated in the financing and development of many global exploration and mining projects. 

Mr. Atzmon recently retired as Chairman and CEO of Zazu Metals Corporation, a publicly traded company which he founded and was listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange until its sale to Solitario Zinc.  He also sits on the board of directors of other mineral exploration companies. 

In addition to activities in the public markets Mr. Atzmon is actively involved in the management of family real estate investments.  And sits on the board of Camp Young Judea in Texas.

Mr. Atzmon holds a Bachelors degree in Geology and Geography from Columbia University in New York and a Masters in Energy and Mineral Resources from The University of Texas at Austin.

Mr. Atzmon lives with his wife Anne and two parrots in San Antonio, Texas