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Douglas Pocknett is our intern/production assistant and has been an invaluable resource in developing and managing our social media. A sophomore at Cape Cod Community College studying communications, Doug is also an active member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and serves on the Youth Council.

Mashpee Wampanoag tribal member Talia Landry earned her bachelors degree with a major in broadcast journalism from Quinnipiac University in 2015 and is experienced both infront of and behind the camera. She is also a talented film editor with a strong passion for telling the Mashpee Nine story. Much more than an assignment, for Talia this is a mission to preserve an important piece of tribal history for the next generation.

M9 Production Team Bios

Paula Peters is a writer/editor/independent scholar. A former nationally recognized journalist. Paula's recent focus has been on the recovery and telling of Wampanoag history in multi-media fashion. In addition to producing Mashpee Nine: The Beat Goes On, she is producer of "Our" Story: A Wampanoag History for Plymouth 400 Inc.