Conscious Good is a community-driven media platform dedicated to raising consciousness.
OUR MISSION: We envision a world where every being feels connected to themselves, to each other and to something greater.
OUR VISION is to be whole food for the soul: offering the highest quality stories and experiences to support a healthy and conscious lifestyle.
We welcome new ideas and new ways of doing things and, in fact, close minded-ness is a non-starter. We recognize that all belief systems are valid. Curiosity is a goal, not a distraction.
We are who we say we are. We want to get to know more about ourselves and others. We don’t have time for superficiality.
Time is precious, and we will sift through the options (so you don’t have to) and highlight the best of the best.
We are committed to nurturing ourselves and our communities in equal measure.
Love not fear is our motivating force. We celebrate positive, helpful attitudes and optimistic spirits.
For many years, Trina has been a leader in entertainment and in raising consciousness, and now she is leading where they intersect: at the forefront of conscious media. Besides being a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle, Trina is proud to have conceived of and launched the Tribeca Film Festival as its Founding Director. Trina has also held leadership positions at GAIA (Head of Content), Prana Studios, Intrepid Pictures and Film Independent and Withoutabox (helping sell it to IMDb). Trina received her MBA from NYU Stern and is an avid yoga practitioner, having completed her 200-hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Los Angeles.
Award winning Film maker, Best Selling Author, Change-Maker, Mom. Best known as the Co-Writer, Director and Producer of the hit film What The Bleep Do We Know?!. She has also produced the award winning Song of The New Earth, Pregnant In America, Radical Dating and The Empty Womb. She has authored multiple books, including; The Documentary Masterclass, Tipping Sacred Cows and What The Bleep Do We Know?!, Discovering The Endless Possibilities to Altering Your Everyday Reality. In addition to several Best-Selling Compilation books.. She also enjoys consulting with multiple clients to develop multi-media content for world-wide distribution.
Luisa Alvarez Restrepo is a Colombian-Canadian arts administrator, event programmer, and producer with deep ties to the international film community. As an arts administrator Luisa has been responsible for executing one of the world’s biggest film festivals, curated events for some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, and created public cultural programming for major Canadian brands.Luisa has been part of the programming teams at TIFF and HAAPIFest. She’s passionate about diversity and inclusion and has been active in several initiatives to create a more diverse industry.
Rachel Noonan has 14 years of experience in strategy planning, consumer brand marketing and innovation in the entertainment, culture and media industries. She has led marketing and audience development for The Toronto International Film Festival, The Canadian Film Centre, Warner Bros, eOne, Rdio, Samsung and Microsoft. She has launched film festivals, brands, a music streaming service, and interactive narrative projects. Most recently, Rachel was the Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Tribeca Enterprises. She is a published writer; sharing her expertise on communication design, virtual reality, designing the future through play, and the world of film and music.
As the developer at Conscious Good, Ben applies his ten plus years of experience in design and development to bridge the gap between creative ingenuity and technical execution. Ben strives to investigate and understand technical details, ensuring the user experience is not only beautiful and functional, but on-brand and delivering the best results. Ben holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications Technology from Saint Louis University. Learn more about Ben.
Maria Consuelo Gonima is the founder of Big Smile Co., a marketing communications practice at the intersection of technology, entertainment and social good. The company’s focus is to build integrated campaigns that form emotional bonds between future-forward products and their audiences. Maria previously led campaigns for Hulu, Fullscreen Media (sold to AT&T), Survios, Lionsgate, Paramount, FOX, Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid, Hope Solo, Scion of Toyota Motor Sales, Comcast, Audible, mun2, the Annenberg Foundation, Conscious Youth Media Crew and beyond.
Faith opened her graphic design company in L.A. in 2008 before eventually setting up shop down south in Nashville. Now serving clients across the country, she has worked within a wide range of industries over the past 11 years but has found her niche and passion in working with entrepreneurs, yoga teachers and mindfulness clients such as Conscious Good.
Christopher is a former photojournalist, and has also worked in video production as a camera operator, field producer and PA. He holds two Bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Sociology. For CGood.TV, he is in charge of managing the content, screening films and running live streaming events. In his free time, he shoots street photography. Learn more about Chris at: ctwehling.com
After working at Lehman Brothers in Institutional Equities, Sue O’Callahan entered the entrepreneurial world of luxury personal care. She headed up sales for then start up Urban Decay. Sue left to launch two start up cosmetic lines at Barneys New York and other luxury retailers as Director of Sales and Operations. She has consulted a range of companies including STX Entertainment, on media brand development and strategy. Concurrently, Sue has spent the past 20 years training and educating on wellness, consciousness and healing.
Christian has joined the Conscious Good team working on Marketing & PR. He is a recent Pepperdine University alumni, with a background in advertising as well as past experience in logistics. Christian is passionate about social justice, environmental awareness, and creativity making Conscious Good a perfect fit! As a California native, he enjoys spending time paddle boarding at the beach, rock climbing, traveling and playing with his dog Rémy.
Sister Jenna is a spiritual leader, author, radio host and TV personality, renowned speaker and founder of the Meditation Museum I & II in metropolitan Washington, DC.
Jenna Briand is a content creator and creative marketer who has built brands and purpose-driven platforms for more than 20 years. Her career spans leadership roles in media and marketing at Time Inc., NBC, AOL and Participant Media. As a partner at her agency, Redbird, she develops award-winning content and strategies for brands and foundations including Kaiser Permanente, Microsoft, and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and for media companies such as the LA Times, Tastemade, and KPCC.
Akira Chan is a mixed-race documentary filmmaker and co-founder of Rare Media, a production company focused on one-of-a-kind storytelling for causes, entrepreneurs, artists and creatives.
Anna has been a long time health and wellness advocate, having been a Kundalini Yoga Teacher for 15 years, a health food cook, author Of Anna Getty’s Easy Green Organic and I am Dreaming of Green Christmas, blogger and educator. Anna has also served on the boards of Healthy Child Healthy Worlds, The EWG, EMA and 5 Gyres. Anna is a passionate spokesperson, business woman and philanthropist in the environmental sustainability movement. Anna has also executive produced the PBS TV series Food Forward, Louis Schwartzberg’s film Fantastic Fungi and Josh and Rebecca Tickell’s film Kiss the Ground.
Chris is an innovative brand builder whose focus is on using social impact and purpose as drivers of brands and businesses. For 9 years, Chris was an EVP at Participant Media, creating its digital initiative and then an agency working on impact strategies and storytelling. Clients included American Express, Disney, Starbucks, Gates Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, and others. In 2016, Chris launched Stir Strategy and Story. Prior to Participant, Chris was with Ogilvy, Pepsi, and PWC. He has an MBA from Kellogg and also teaches at UCLA Anderson.