New Rules Benefit Corp.

Meet Our Team

Christopher Webley
Christopher Webley, President (CEO), studied textile technology with concentration in medical textiles at North Carolina State University. He has worked with Calvin Klein, Victoria’s Secret, and Target, accumulating over seven years’ experience in the retail fashion industry as a R&D Textile Engineer. He has extensive experience in real estate acquisition, development and management of commercial and residential buildings throughout the Midwest. Chris is has served on the board of directors for the North Community Harold Mezile Y since 2014.
Nancy Musinguzi
Nancy Musinguzi is the Founder & Executive Director of BXB, a grassroots media network and collective made to break down barriers between local and global artist’s communities through digital storytelling. After receiving her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Political Science from Rutgers University in 2013, Nancy applied her holistic background in art, technology, academia, and social justice to a life of visual art, community activism and multimedia journalism.
Addam Davis-McGee
Addam Davis-McGee has accumulated over 15 years of digital storytelling and multimedia experience. He has collaborated with the Minneapolis Institute of Art, X-Games, Will.I.Am, and many other organizations as a creative powerhouse. Apart from working with re:imagine/ATL, Davis-McGee is currently a partner at PLOT gallery in Minneapolis, and his other car is a Tardis.
Jovan C. Speller
Jovan C. Speller, Owner of JCS Creative Management & Consulting, is an art consultant with over ten years’ experience developing programming, fundraising and expanding capacity for businesses within the creative field. She is based between Minneapolis and New York and consults with a wide range of visual artists, actors, filmmakers, writers, dancers and emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in the arts. Speller has been project manager for large-scale public art commissions for corporations and government entities across the District of Columbia. She holds a BFA in photography from Columbia College in Chicago and studied fine art and art history at Maryland Institute College of Art.
Madia Willis
Madia Willis has 10 years of experience providing creative direction, consumer insights, trend research, visual deliverables, outreach initiatives, and design thinking-based solutions for clients. Madia received her BA from Columbia University where she discovered her passion for design as a global citizen. She started Biribelle, a clothing line that fused indigenous fabrics with vintage style for 4 years before receiving a grant to study print design at the prestigious Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London. Madia continued her studies in the MS in Textile Design program at Philadelphia University.