Morgan Perry is an American film producer who is passionate about using media to make a tangible difference in the world. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Media from the University of the Nations and has traveled to thirty-seven countries and all fifty states to produce projects and drive impact campaigns. She is known for the documentaries Sex+Money: A National Search For Human Worth (2011) and Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution (2017). Morgan has been interviewed about her work by CNN, NBC, Christianity Today, World Magazine, Relevant Magazine, Family Talk Radio with Dr. James Dobson and more. In 2012 she received a Certificate of Recognition from the United States Department of Justice for her contribution towards resource development for front line responders to sex trafficking victims.
Jasen is the Campaign Director at KMP and the Sex+Money national campaign. After graduating from James Madison University with degrees in Management & Finance, he spent the next four years in the world of corporate banking. Then in 2009 he left the trading floor for the mission field by joining Youth With A Mission. His heart for media and justice was marked while being on the frontlines of Haiti’s earthquake, cholera epidemic, and political unrest. In addition to leading humanitarian efforts and prayer initiatives in Haiti, Jasen also produced short documentaries to help bring awareness and hope to the nation. Because of his heart for justice and passion to influence through mass media, he was recruited by Morgan Perry to assist bringing leadership to Sex+Money’s campaign and upcoming projects. 2013 marks his 5th year as a missionary with YWAM.
Lot 3 Productions (Formerly Kairos Media Productions (KMP)) is a non-profit that uses media to inspire hope that influences audiences to make everlasting change. Lot 3 Productions produces relevant media, customized audience participation, and impact measurment. Their first project is Sex+Money: A National Search For Human Worth which is the only documentary about child sex trafficking in America and the modern-day "abolitionist movement" that is fighting to stop it. Sex+Money has been used by over 180 organizations including the FBI, Salvation Army, and World Vision to rescue and restore these children and prevent further abuse. The goal of the Sex+Money Campaign is to bring freedom to those who are enslaved.