Executive Director/ Founder: Jim Logan is a musician and social entrepreneur who has lived and worked as a professional musician and teacher in the United States, Mexico and Uganda. He believes that music and art can have a profound positive impact on entire communities in many ways and in ways that are yet unknown. Jim’s curiosity lies in what ways music can be used to promote social justice, on what scale can it be used, and in what ways the impact of music can be quantified and measured. His innovative ideas successfully integrated music into the delivery of health services in Uganda. He has a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from the Berklee School of Music, holds a US patent and has started as well as worked for several successful start-up companies.
Chief Strategist: Dr. Joia Mukherjee is a physician with an MD from the University of Minnesota, and an MPH from Harvard Medical School where she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine. Since 2000, she has served as the Chief Medical Officer of Partners In Health an international medical charity that is committed to providing a preferential option for the poor in health care. She has over 20 years of experience in delivering community based health care and implementing health and development projects in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean
COO: Dr. Junior Bazile is a physician with an MD from the National University of Haiti and an MPH from the University of Alabama Birmingham. He has worked for the US based charity Partners In Health between 2002 and 2007 in Haiti and between 2011- 2014 in Malawi. In addition, he was the Clinical Director, in Kigutu, Burundi, for the US based medical charity Village Health Works between 2009-2011. Dr. Bazile is also a musician and has used music in the delivery of health services in Malawi, Burundi and Haiti.
Chief Programs Officer: Zach Nilesis a music, film and event producer and a creative strategist, Zach has spent his career at the intersection of music, culture and issues of social justice. He is the co-director of the award winning documentary “Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars” and former manager the band. He has worked on production and promotion of international tours by artists such as Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and Peter Gabriel and was associate producer on a 12 part Televised Concert Series “Live at The Fillmore.” Zach spent three years living in Haiti where he oversaw the construction and opening of the Audio Institute, the country’s first and only Music Production and Audio Engineering School. Zach founded and continues to engage in Lakou Mizik, a multi-media project using music and the stories of musicians as a way to bring positive awareness to and about Haiti.