About Us

Who we are?

Unveiling Slavery Together is a peach-building initiative founded by Nina Womack of Transmedia 360°. Its mission is to use the arts


Our vision is to be major contributors to ensure a more equitable society.


Our mission is to eradicate racism and discrimination.

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Our Team

We are a solution-oriented team committed to social change initiatives.

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nIna WOMack

US Together Founder


Multi-talented, artist-activist, and creative entrepreneur, Nina Womack is the founder of Transmedia 360°, a multimedia and branding agency. An award-winning actress, filmmaker & event producer, Nina’s experience spans over two decades of multimedia, marketing, film and event production.

At 19, Nina married her high school sweetheart, son of the late Motown singer, Mary Wells and nephew to singer, Bobby Womack. She graduated Cum Laude from Los Angeles City College with a degree in Theater and furthered her studies in Drama, Public Relations and African American history at Cal State Northridge.

As a creative storyteller, Nina directs and produces stage plays, film, music videos, documentaries, commercials and events. Additionally, Ms. Womack has been a Marketing Director for a mortgage company and worked in advertising for a division of the Publicis Group leading to her years of experience in brand development and fundraising in the non-profit sector.

An arts & culture advocate and humanitarian, Nina’s mission is to use her creative skills to uplift, educate and inspire others, promote love, peace, and self-empowerment globally. Her philanthropy includes volunteer service, health & wellness outreach for underserved populations, and motivational speaking to encourage others to tap into their full human potential.

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US Together Co-Founder


H.R.H. Chief Nana Kweku Egyir Gyepi III is from the Fante tribe called the Oguaa people of Cape Coast, Ghana in West Africa.

A Pan-African activist, Nana Gyepi III embarked on an international speaking tour to promote cultural tourism exchange and economic trade for his country.

Nana Gyepi has received numerous certificates of recognition from City Officials, organizations and politicians worldwide including a key to the City in Thailand.

A historian of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, he was featured in the Los Angeles Times and Nana’s public speaking engagements have taken him to the USA, Taiwan, Japan, UK, China, Holland, Mexico, Canada, South Africa & various countries throughout the African continent.


Anna Doe

Software Developer

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