Natasha Haverty and Adam M. Bright
Natasha Haverty and Adam M. Bright received the Mass Humanities' "Liberty and Justice for All" grant in June 2010 in partnership with the Norfolk Historical Commission.
Until she began this project,Natasha Haverty worked for The Moth, an organization for live storytelling based in New York City. She coordinated MothSHOP, a program that leads storytelling workshops for community organizations and schools throughout the five boroughs. She also collected man-on-the-street interviews for The Moth Radio Hour. She is trained in radio at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, and she's a graduate of Brown University where she facilitated theater, writing, and art workshops at RI's medium-security women's prison.
Adam Bright's writing has appeared in GOODMagazine, CNN,Popular Science, and The Point. His profile of new age guru Eckhart Tolle was selected for a 2010 Pushcart Prize. He is currently an editor of MYOO magazine, a new online publication devoted to stories about sustainability and social change. While in New York, he volunteered as a storytelling facilitator for The Moth's community outreach program. He is a 2003 graduate of Brown University.