Edmund Herman, also known as Brother Umoja, is the president of Sisters in Harmony, an organization dedicated to putting more positive images back into the global community. Brother Umoja is heard weekly on Speaking to Harmony Blog Talk Radio Show, the voice of Sisters in Harmony, where he co-hosts with various members and supporters of Sisters in Harmony to provide information on topics of healthy living and wellness. Mr. Herman, the founder of Umoja Communications, Sisters in Harmony and The Piton International Film Festival, is an accomplished photographer and graphic designer. His images have appeared in a variety of publications including British Airways High Life Magazine, Action Martial Arts Magazine, and The Amsterdam News. Mr. Herman was the personal photographer for Reverend Al Sharpton and the official photographer for the United States Kickboxing Association. Mr. Herman had the honor of capturing images of Betty Shabazz before her untimely death. He has also photographed numerous models, politicians, celebrities, and recording artists domestically and abroad. As a graphic artist, Mr. Herman has captured the images of “everyday people” to create powerful poster series including The Gathering, Dancing in the Spirit, Survivors, and Harambee. Mr. Herman, has been appointed the position of executive producer for the new talk show “Inside the Action Studio” which will be part of the Amazon Prime line up in 2018. Mr. Herman is now getting ready to work with international film star/director Mr. Robert Samuels on his next film project “Made in Chinatown”. He is also an advisor in the country of Botswana on the film project “The Norm”. In addition to his work in Botswana he also has an office in Zimbabwe. Where he works with some of the local artists. The martial arts community has inducted Mr. Herman into a few Hall of Fames for his work he has done for the past 30 years in their community. New York City Black firefighters has awarded him their service award for his work with them after the 9/11 attack in New York City. As the founder and president of the Piton International Film Festival, which in 2020 entered its 7th year. Brother Umoja uses the festival to empower and assist people who are interested in working in the film industry. As an active member of society and the global community at large, Mr. Herman enjoys networking, sports, traveling, and connecting with people across the globe to make this world a better place.