Tanene Allison and Crystal Page

Tanene Allison presently works at Brave New Films as their Political Director. Previously Tanene worked at various social justice organizations and at MTV, where she focused on Think MTV, MTV'S on-air, online and grassroots pro-social campaign.

Tanene completed her Masters in Public Policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. While at Harvard, Tanene edited the Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy, and was awarded a Point Foundation Uncommon Legacies Scholarship. Her undergraduate studies were at San Francisco State University.


Crystal Page has worked on Sick For Profit, 16 Deaths Per Day and other Brave New Films campaigns. As a graduate of USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, Crystal has produced and/or directed over 30 promos, shorts, music videos and TV programs, including the limited TV series, “A Just Sparkle,” a reality show—similar to “What Not To Wear”—focusing on sweatshop-free clothing. Her Jesuit education, work with United Students Against Sweatshops and a labor delegation to Colombia with Witness for Peace continue to inspire Crystal’s in here work at BNF. Additionally, Crystal’s fictional works have garnered the Accolade of Excellence in Broadcasting, a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival award and the praise of the NEA.