Ann Bennett is an award winning filmmaker, journalist, and educator. After studying American History and Documentary Production at Harvard College, Ms. Bennett began her film career at Blackside Productions in Boston. Since then, she has worked on a host of historical documentaries for public television, cable networks, museums, and non-profit organizations. Her production credits include; WGBH, HBO, WNET, History Channel, National Civil Rights Museum, and the Apollo Theater Foundation. Ms. Bennett has been honored with numerous awards including fellowships from; CPB/PBS Producers Academy, America Film Institute Digital -Content Lab, Independent Feature Project Documentary Lab, and the Institute for Justice and Journalism at University of Southern California. Ms. Bennett recently received a Master of Arts degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and now focuses her work on exploring the nexus of history, culture, and technology within multi-cultural communities.