Mariana Tosca is an actor, producer, fine art portrait photographer and social activist. Her latest film “Journey to Royal: A WWII Rescue Mission” tells the extraordinary true story of a US Army Air Corps squadron, which flew over 800 rescue missions to save the lives of hundreds of downed airmen adrift in enemy waters of a war-torn South Pacific. Other Advisory Boards: TheTenDollarClub.org, a nonprofit organization which funds poverty alleviation projects in developing countries, DreamCatcher Wild Horse & Burro Sanctuary, which takes in previously rounded up and/or adopted wild horses and returns them to their natural wild state within a herd environment, Rex & Friends Foundation, a nonprofit group providing music education and music therapy to people who are blind and/or living with autism, and ElephantVoices, a nonprofit dedicated to the protection of elephants through conservation, advocacy, research and education. She founded the Los Angeles Homeless Coalition, which offered shelter, relief and skills training to the homeless population there. She is an adopted member of the Sac and Fox nation. Please visit: www.mtosca.com and www.ToscaPhotography.com.