Media Action Network

A Media Focused Nonprofit For Social Change

Board Members

funky squareKristen Francis //

Kristen dedicated her education to social justice, having obtained a BS in Social Work from the University of Missouri and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Denver. In her professional experience, Kristen has provided mentoring to at-risk youth, administered consumer services for persons with disabilities and has aided in multiple efforts for political change. Kristen is a co-founder of Media Action Network and loves that her passion for social justice is being applied to creative media.


allison squareAllison Clark //

Allison joins us after recently graduating from Metropolitan State University of Denver. She’s a double major in Anthropology and Global Marginalized Populations. Allison is our Community Outreach Coordinator and is excited to bring her passion for social justice into the nonprofit arena. She’s working towards building our community partners and fostering long term relationships with other organizations. Working toward social justice for all has been a long term goal for her and she is happy to be involved with MAN.


bob squareBob Phelps //

Bob has 20+ years of professional experience including P&L responsibilities, management consulting, software & database engineering and a multitude of technology platforms.  He has taken on active management roles in both Fortune 100 environments and small tech driven start-ups.  Bob graduated from Regis University with a BS in Business Administration and continued his Regis education, receiving honors with a Masters of Business Administration.  Bob enjoys actively servicing his community and strives to leverage his knowledge and experiences to assist other like-minded individuals and organizations.



AJ Oscarson //

AJ is a graduate student in anthropology at the University of Colorado – Denver, with a focus on media, ethnographic film and political economy. His past academic work includes degrees in political science and journalism. After working as print journalist, he left the industry to pursue a track that would seek a greater impact on the community.