Dale is a founding member of Clinton Global Initiative's LEAD team alongside Chelsea Clinton and other accomplished young industry professionals who are committed to the work of Clinton Global Initiative and mentoring the next generation of leaders.
Dale’s non-profit activities have included volunteering for anti-bullying organization Stand For Silent, and serving as a judge for Miss America's Outstanding Teen Competition. Dale's passion for fundraising began with his co-production of a "GreenRoots: Presents" concert benefitting Kids In The Spotlight, an organization that trains youth in foster care programs and other underserved youth, to ceate, write, cast, and star in their own short films. Dale has worked closely in developing programs with US Dream Academy, Arthur Wylie Foundation, Branson Centre Of Entrepreneurship, and Cherokee Gives Back. As part of the Philanthropy United team, Dale has fundraised for Unite4:Humanity and other events with Bill Clinton, Robert DeNiro, James Cameron, Martin Scorsese, Eva Longoria, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Sean Penn, Jada Pinkett Smith, Charlize Theron, and Halle Berry, among others. See press story on Dale's fundraising activities HERE.
Actor/Producer, Dale Godboldo, currently plays 'Dream Team' attorney Carl E. Douglas on Ryan Murphy's FX television series, AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE PEOPLE V. OJ SIMPSON. Dale began his career on the 1990s Disney Channel series The All New Mickey Mouse Club, alongside Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake, Keri Russell, Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera. He has since starred in over 130 television series episodes, most notably co-starring on FOX's Wanda At Large opposite Wanda Sykes. Dale has also appeared in The Sum of All Fears, the Brad Pitt-produced Year of the Dog, the Will Smith-produced Lakeview Terrace, the reboot of Fame, and most recently, Marvel's Thor.
During her tenure, Mrs. Wallace Booker has developed an expertise in non-profit management, development and implementation of after-school education and mentor programs, incarceration effects on children and families and has extensive experience in administering government grants.
Mrs. Wallace Booker was accepted to and successfully completed the Stanford University, Executive Program for Non-profit Leaders in February 2006 and Harvard University, Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management in July 2007. She was a member of the Public Policy Council for National Mentoring and the Advisory Committee to revise the Elements of Effective Practice for mentoring. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communications, graduating cum laude from Bowie State University in 1992. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1996. In law school, Mrs. Wallace Booker was a legal advocate for children and their families who suffered from lead paint poisoning while living in sub-standard housing. She also participated in the nationally ranked Law & Health Care program and developed an interest in equality in health care for the poor and elderly. This interest led her to complete two fellowships: one for U.S. Senator Barbara Milkulski as a Staff Fellow for the U.S. Senate Committee on Aging to conduct research and develop legislative initiatives on health care issues that affect the elderly; the other was at the Maryland Office of the Attorney Advisor’s Health Care Financial Agency where she worked on hospital and physician reimbursement issues.Mrs. Wallace Booker resides with her husband and their two children in Maryland. She and her family are active members of their church in Washington, D.C. She is a member of the Alumni Board for the Frances King Carey University of Maryland School of Law. In 2013, she was selected as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by The Daily Record, for her professional accomplishments, community involvement and mentoring. She has also enjoyed serving as a judge for the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competition in Orlando, Florida.
Angelique is the founder of GreenRoots Productions, an eco-friendly, socially conscious company that organizes live music benefit concerts at premiere venues in Hollywood, Venice, and the greater Los Angeles area. What started with an eco-friendly wedding in Ojai, CA, has organically grown to include producing events, commercials, films and music showcases centered around creating a sense of community within the artists' community and raising funds for different local Los Angeles non-profit causes that support literacy programs for impoverished children, Hope for Haiti Now, arts and music education programs, and many more.GreenRoots has put on sold-out concerts with artists including current VH1 Top 20 Countdown favorite and Columbia Recording artist, Angel Taylor, MTV platinum-selling atlantic Records artist Bruno Mars, whose recent song "Just The Way You Are" hit #1 on Billboard and ITunes, and MMC alum and NBC The Voice finalist, Tony Lucca.
GreenRoots has also presented KCRW staples and local performers including Chris Pierce, Keaton Simons, Lucy Schwartz, The Elevaters, Kina Grannis, John West, and Cipes & The People.Over the past year, partners of GreenRoots have included producers of Emmy Award-winning Current TV, legendary music producer Mikal Blue (who produced for One Republic, Colbie Caillat, and Five For Fighting) and Causecast, a forward thinking, socially conscious, online, one-stop philanthropy and volunteerism shop. GreenRoots has built strong partnerships as a result of following the motto of "Creating community, from the roots up". From intimate parties and documentaries to jam sessions in Venice and Hollywood, GreenRoots hopes to remind the artists and the audience that the purpose behind the art is participation, locally and globally, because at the end of the day, we're all in this together. For more information on GreenRoots Productions, please vista: www.greenrootsproductions.com
C. Diane Wallace Booker serves as Executive Director for the U.S. Dream Academy, Inc., a national non-profit serving children of incarcerated parents and children falling behind in school. Since the inception of the organization in 1998, she has worked alongside the founder Wintley Phipps, creating its organizational, programmatic and fundraising infrastructure. Ms. Wallace Booker led out in the pilot and expansion of the innovative Dream Academy programs to ten locations around the country. The organization has raised national awareness of its platform from Capitol Hill to Oprah Winfrey, who is a major donor. President Bill Clinton helped to open the first Center in Washington DC in 2000, along with support from former Secretary of Labor, Alexis Herman. Many other celebrities and officials have supported this work and focus their efforts on this vulnerable population. Mrs. Wallace Booker speaks around the country on the impact on children of incarcerated parents, the impact of poverty and trauma on children’s academic achievement and future prospects.
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She also gives of her time to a local school assisting educators, as she feels they are one of the most important figures and influences in how a child’s path in life will progress. Her heart has been in writing from the first moment she picked up a pencil and put it to paper as a young child. She has written songs, children’s stories, novels and even a screenplay. Currently, she is heavily involved with a multitude of productions with Always In The Club. Productions whose official announcements are pending…So stay tuned!!!
Lisa Cannata is a writer with a strong marketing background, and a philanthropic soul. At the start of her marketing career, she worked for a large, multi-million dollar marketing firm, where she analyzed collected data, producing it into reports for global brand clients. Over the years, she branched out into her own company that coordinated corporate events, and collaborated with companies and agents on product promotion.
Her involvement with charity work consists of participation, event & awareness marketing and financial assistance. The charities she has been involved with range greatly from disease research, to children's causes, to animal rights related events, to anti-violence campaigns, all the way to environmental issues.