Leadership


Cheryl Rattner Price,
Co-Founder and Executive Director

Cheryl HeadshotCheryl Rattner Price has over 30 years experience in ceramics, sculpture and architectural design, creating public art that brings communities together for a cause. In addition to her work as Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Butterfly Project, she has been a pioneer for San Diego’s Anti Defamation League (ADL) Holocaust Education Conferences, particularly developing Holocaust survivor relationships with educators and students. Passionate about art, education and tolerance, board memberships include The Agency for Jewish Education and San Diego Center for Jewish Culture (JCC/CJC). Her role has expanded globally, coaching educators and artists to create impact and meaning through the effective use of The Butterfly Project for people of all faiths. Read more about Cheryl Rattner Price
 

Christine Tomasello,
Director of Operations

Untitled 2Christine is a writer, coach, and small business consultant who received her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from UC Irvine and her Master’s in Counseling from CSU Fullerton. In 2013, Christine began consulting with local San Diego entrepreneurs and small businesses, helping them design and implement operational systems to support their growing business. Christine has been with The Butterfly Project for over three years and has helped the organization shape its strategy and operational foundation. Read more about Christine Tomasello
 

Joe Fab,
Filmmaker & Education Advocate

img-0043-e1399090735218_origAward-winning filmmaker Joe Fab is partnering with The Butterfly Project on the 50 State Initiative to bring Holocaust education to all 50 states. Joe is an Emmy-nominated producer, director and writer with over three decades of experience in film and video production, media and communications, event production and the live presentation of plays and music. His feature length documentaries and other programs have appeared on HBO, Showtime, Discovery, History, and PBS, among others. His diverse client list has included the Bipartisan Policy Center, Smithsonian Institution, United State Memorial Holocaust Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Senator Sam Nunn, National Education Association, et al. He is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the International Documentary Association, and Women In Film And Video (DC). Joe is co-director and co-producer of the documentary Not The Last Butterfly, appearing in film festivals in 2017.Read more about Joe Fab