Public relations guru Monica Matulich brings a high level of expertise in international government relations. As the first American woman to become a consultant to the Turkish government shortly after the military coup in September 1980 and with her experience as an arms dealer, she has negotiated the successful resolution of international conflicts, where the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Monica has two decades of documentary filmmaking experience. She has consulted on several documentary films, including "#10 DeSean Jackson: The Making of a Father's Dream” and produced one of her own, “Turkey---A Country Between Two Worlds.” This film explores the Southeastern Anatolian Project, (Güneydoğu Anadolu Projesi, “GAP”), a sustainable development project comprised of 22 damns and 17 hydroelectric plants that promised to triple Turkey’s agricultural output and bring prosperity to an impoverished region in East Turkey. GAP serves 9 million people and at the expense of displacing millions of Kurds and two hundred archaeological ruins.