Founder & Executive Director
Bunny Hull has been inspired to share what she learned through a successful life in the music industry as a Grammy-award winning songwriter and vocalist, working with Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson and writing for film and television. Although Bunny worked her entire professional life as a creative artist, she drew upon her business skills to administer a publishing company, BrassHeart Music which housed her music catalog and Dream A World, a children’s music and book company. The music and entertainment industries were her life until she was inspired by working with a group of children in 1994. At that time, her life took a turn she didn’t expect. It took years to become proficient in this new world – learning curriculum, school standards, incorporation and administrative regulations, and non-profit agility. She accomplished it impassioned by the children and the work itself.
Having studied dance from the tender age of three. Bunny is a poster child for the arts and why children need to be exposed to creativity at an early age. She is directly responsible for the design and implementation of all programming. She has a rich background in both music and dance. She has produced multi-media products for children that have garnered multiple awards including five Parent’s Choice Awards, two National Parenting Publications Award, a Dr. Toy Award, Children’s Web Award and a Parents Guide to Children’s Media Award. On May 3rd, 2015 Bunny was presented with a commendation from Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City of Los Angeles for the work she does through Dream A World Education.
As a songwriter she is perhaps best known for hit songs like 2008 Dove Award Winning song READY FOR A MIRACLE and Grammy Award Winning NEW ATTITUDE, which catapulted Patti LaBelle to the top of the charts in 1986 for appearing on the Beverly Hills Cop Soundtrack. Hull has earned more than 20 gold and platinum albums with songs and/or as a vocalist appearing on albums with Michael Jackson (Thriller), Quincy Jones, The Jacksons, Celine Dion, David Foster,Vanessa Williams and on soundtracks and in films such as EVAN ALMIGHTY, BRUCE ALMIGHTY, THE PRINCE OF EGYPT, LOSING ISAIAH, A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT, LEAP OF FAITH, DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS and K9. Her television soundtrack credits include NBC’s THE TODAY SHOW, OPRAH, SESAME STREET, ANY DAY NOW, CHARMED and THE SIMPSONS, to name a few.
Director of Philanthropy
Leslie is an Ohio native and a graduate of The Ohio State University where she earned her degree in elementary education.
Anindo began her musical and dance career in her homeland of Kenya as a vocalist, dancer and percussionist. She enjoyed a successful solo career in Europe as a vocalist, signing a recording contract with EMI Spain, and becoming known as Kenyas singing sensation. Anindo has performed with Babatunde Olatunji, Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead, among others. Today Anindo is a certified Dunham Technique instructor having taught all over the world, at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, Dance Dimensions, Lula Washington Dance Theater, Occidental College, LACHSA and LMU. Prior to her work with Dream A World Education Anindo was Executive Director of Marshall Dance Company where she conducted Dunham Technique residencies in LAUSD schools as part of the Arts Community Partnership Network. She has worked with Bunny Hull since 2003, Dream A World Education since 2008 and is dedicated to the children she serves.
A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Michelle began her career as an Actress, performing in many Off Broadway productions including Spiritwoman at the Harold Clurman Theatre, Down Home Sausage Meat with the Negro Ensemble Company and Space Trek: A Musical Parody at the Chelsea Playhouse. Once she moved to L.A., she continued her career in television as Viola on General Hospital and many independent films. In Recent years, Michelle expanded her skills to become a lead program facilitator for Best Corporate Events. Drawn to children’s programming, Michelle worked with the non-profit: A Faery Hunt Theater as a teaching artist and developed and an 8 week acting program for preschool aged children. Prior to her position as program coordinator Michelle worked as a teaching artist and Secrets of the Heart visual arts program coordinator for DAWE. She continues to share her gifts with students as a valued teaching artist.