James Renner is a journalist and author of several books, including True Crime Addict. His podcast, The Philosophy of Crime, explores the big questions that arise in our quest for justice. He is also the founder of The Porchlight Project, a nonprofit that raises money for DNA testing for Ohio cold cases.
Joshua Kessler is a versatile and passionate television and film producer/director who has worked with some of the top production companies and networks in the entertainment industry with producing credits ranging from Netflix, Amazon, Showtime, Discovery, History, HGTV, and MTV among others. Kessler has worked on a variety of series ranging from historical documentaries, life style, comedy and true crime. For full credits check out Kesslerideas.com
Nic Edwards is half of the popular True Crime Garage Podcast averaging a quarter of a million weekly listeners from around the globe. He has been a contributor to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children since 2014.
LaDonna Humphrey is non-profit executive, writer, and marketing expert. Humphrey has worked for five years on the case of Melissa Witt and is scheduled to release both a book and documentary on Witt's murder in 2021. Humphrey is co-founder of All the Lost Girls.
Amy Smith served as the Executive Director of the National Center for Missing Adults (Let's Bring Them Home) for almost a decade. Smith is a passionate advocate for crime victims and has worked dozens of missing persons cases. She is currently working on a documentary about Melissa Witt. Smith is co-founder of All the Lost Girls.