Donald Rayne Mitchell
Donald Rayne Mitchell is founder and owner of Eyeline Pictures, Llc. He has directed television commercials, dramatic narrative and documentary-style films for the past 25 years. Known for his work with real people, he is adept at interviewing and weaving together a story in the editing room. His work in the medical realm is extensive, with a profound ability to grasp complex medical information and translate it to a lay audience. He is the winner of three Philadelphia Independent Film/Video Subsidy Grants as well as the recipient of two honors from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts: an Individual Artist Grant and a Media Arts Fellowship.
Paul A. Offit, MD
Paul A. Offit, MD, is the director of the Vaccine Education Center and a professor of pediatrics in the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He is the Maurice R. Hilleman Professor of Vaccinology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Offit is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of virology and immunology, and was a member of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He is a founding advisory board member of the Autism Science Foundation and the Foundation for Vaccine Research, a member of the Institute of Medicine and co-editor of the foremost vaccine text, Vaccines.
Gloria Lewis is a founding partner, president and executive producer at Cornerstone Pictures. Her more than two decades of experience in the field have included production of everything from commercials to full-length documentaries and television series, such as Cold Case. Filming all over the country, Gloria has worked for national and local clients, including KFC, StarKist, Conair, Ford, Comcast, Penn Medicine and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia among many others. Her work making long-format educational films for The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia inspired her current efforts to establish Medical History Pictures and co-produce The Vaccine Makers Project.
Charlotte A Moser
Charlotte A. Moser has extensively published in scientific journals on the topics of immunology and virology. Through her research, Ms. Moser has contributed to our understanding of how vaccines prevent infections of the intestinal tract. She has also developed a novel method to enhance immune responses to vaccines.
As assistant director of the Vaccine Education Center, Ms. Moser has developed a variety of educational materials about vaccines, and created the Parents PACK program for parents. Ms. Moser is the co-author of Vaccines and Your Child: Separating Fact from Fiction (Columbia University Press, 2011).