Board of Directors
Amanda Owen is an author and an independent scholar of women’s history, specializing in the American women’s suffrage movement. She is a co-founder and the Executive Director of the Justice Bell Foundation.
With a background in social work and a twenty-five-year practice as a consultant, writer and speaker, Amanda has been presenting lectures and workshops since the mid-nineties.
She is currently writing a book about the Justice Bell's role in the American women's suffrage movement, and has recently completed writing and directing a documentary, Finding Justice: The Untold Story of Women's Fight for the Vote.
Mingo Stroeber, Esq.
Legal counsel and Creative Projects Director
Mingo Stroeber is a sole practitioner concentrating in criminal and juvenile defense and family law. She received her B.A., summa, from Bethany College and her J.D. from Temple University School of Law. Ms. Stroeber is a member of the Executive Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section and the current Vice Chair of the Philadelphia Chapter’s Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
Ms. Stroeber has taught at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Law, and is a frequent lecturer and presenter on juvenile and criminal justice issues.
Emily Galleazzi is a freelance video editor who hopes to make editing a full time career in the future. She has a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of West Florida and currently works in the accounting department of an international law firm in Philadelphia. She is an advocate for women's rights and human rights.
Michele Stingle is a middle school English teacher in the Colonial School District in Plymouth Meeting, PA. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from Gwynedd Mercy College, with a concentration in Special Education, and a Master’s degree in Education from Cabrini College. Michele’s philosophy is to educate with creativity and kindness, while understanding the needs of those who are underserved and supporting students with learning differences. Michele has built school-wide community through innovative endeavors such as the “No Place for Hate Peace Project” which was recognized by the Anti-Defamation League, and “Mix-it-Up at Lunch Day” through the Teaching Tolerance Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.