NOT FOR RENT! – Cast & Crew
CAST (cast appearing as themselves)
Kipling D. Williams, Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychological Sciences at
Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. He received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology
from the same institution. He is most noted for his research on ostracism and has developed
unique methods to study the processes and consequences.
Brian S. King is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Utah House of Representatives
representing District 28 since January 1, 2009. King earned his BS from the University of Utah and his JD
from its S.J. Quinney College of Law. King and his wife Alison, raised their four daughters in Salt Lake City, Utah,
in the district which he represents. King works as a self-employed lawyer, providing legal services in the
Greater Salt Lake area.
Molly Prince is a licensed therapist in the State of Utah. She knows first-hand about the struggles inmates
and their families face when trying to navigate the criminal justice system. Molly is a vocal advocate for
criminal justice reform. Molly provides leadership and guidance by setting goals and directives to be
carried out by the UPAN Board of Directors.
Dr. Monica Williams is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Weber State University. She received
her Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis in 2013. Dr. Williams’ interest areas include law & society,
community and societal responses to sex offenders, social control, and policing. Her current research includes:
“Constructing Hysteria: Legal Signals as Producers of Siting Conflicts over Sexually Violent Predatory Placements.”
In press. Law & Social Inquiry,” and a book entitled, No Good Place: Community Activism and the Sex Offender
Housing Dilemma, which is currently under review at NYU Press. Dr. Williams is also a faculty advisor for the
Community Engaged Leaders Community Research Team at Weber State.
Anna Brower is the Strategic Communications Manager for the ACLU of Utah. She handles media relations,
coordinates public outreach and education on a variety of complex public policy issues, and assists with the
organization’s lobbying efforts. Anna has specifically to address issues of criminal justice reform and racial justice in Utah.
Dr. Eric Wesselman is the Assistant Professor; Department of Psychology at Illinois State University.
His general area of interest within social psychology is social influence within groups. Dr. Wesselman’s
research investigates the immediate negative impact of ostracism, as well as how individuals respond
behaviorally. His research focuses on the conditions that motivate individuals to ostracize a group member.
Dr. Wesselman strives to incorporate novel research methods to understand ostracism.
Mark Johnson is Ogden, Utah’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Having grown up in the greater Ogden area,
Mark chose to raise his family here. In his professional life he held various leadership positions in business
and finance industries that led to a variety of community leadership roles. His service with Ogden City Corporation
has included a seat on the Ogden City Council, a member of the Ogden City Planning Commission, and
most recently the Director of Management Services.
Stephen H. Bahr earned his BS and MA from BYU and his PhD from Washington State University.
He is professor of sociology at Brigham Young University and has written several books and many
articles focusing on prisoner reentry, adolescent drug use, and marital dissolution.
Matt Duhamel, a former TV news and radio personality, has turned his attention to helping others
through the power of independent film and media. He agrees with the idea that film can help individuals,
communities and entire societies by increasing compassion, tolerance, understanding and forgiveness.
Matt is the director and producer of five films including the award winning short narrative, ‘Last Day with Lizzy’
which is dedicated to his daughter, Maddie.
Heather Duhamel has been a dedicated producer working on all five films since the inception of
Metamora Films in mid-2012. She has been a huge asset to the company teaming up with Matt
as they work on transformational films and media projects.
(Please note: The feature length documentary film, NOT FOR RENT! was completely produced
by a two person crew, Matt and Heather. From pre-production to the release of the film at Weber State University
in Utah, the documentary film is a true example of indie filmmaking on a shoestring budget. The documentary
is also an example of how filmmakers are able to influence society in a positive way utilizing limited resources and funds.)