Move Me Indie Lens Panel Discussion
About the Show
At 27, Kelsey Peterson dove into Lake Superior as a dancer and emerged paralyzed. But within the spinal cord injury (SCI) community, she found allies in her quest to discover who she is now and to dance with disability. When a cutting-edge trial surfaces, it tests her expectations of a possible cure. She finds herself both scared it might not work—and scared that it might.
Trailer | Move Me
A dancer paralyzed with a spinal cord injury adapts to life with a disability.
When Dan Mueller isn't joining us in the OVEE screening room he heads the Development Team of Milwaukee PBS as the Chief Development Officer.
Mueller oversees Milwaukee PBS’ fundraising activities including annual pledge programs and events, member services and benefits. Member benefits include the popular program streaming app called PBS Passport.
Mueller’s previous posts included Marquette University where he served as Director of Alumni Relations and Vivent Health (formerly the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin), where he oversaw all private revenue fundraising as Chief Development Officer.
While at Vivent, Mueller led the transformation of a statewide fundraising operation into a national fundraising office.
Marci Boucher is the President and CEO of Independence First. Independence First is a Milwaukee based nonprofit helping people with disabilities live independently in the community. She has over 20 years of nonprofit management experience with a passion for bringing equality to marginalized populations. Recently she facilitated a partnership between the US Department of State and Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana and other African Countries to work on global solutions to build inclusivity, accessibility, and strategy for people with disabilities