Sarah Katz has worked in television and multimedia as a Producer, Shooter, Associate Producer, and Researcher for more than 16 years. She routinely produces news stories throughout the US with foreign journalists as part of the US Department of State, Foreign Press Center’s Media Co-Op program. In the spring of 2017 she shot and produced a video promoting ATSC 3.0 technology for the National Association of Broadcasters. The previous year she worked on the National Geographic pilot series Mission Critical, a show highlighting Nat Geo photographers’ conservation field work. Between January, 2014 and September, 2015 she contracted with the US State Department, International Information Programs’ Interactive team as a New Media Producer focusing on international online engagement, digital, and public diplomacy. She has also produced over 156 half-hours of educational content at The Great Courses, covering topics from science to literature and archaeology. Sarah has credits on over forty documentaries for the History Channel, National Geographic Television, Biography, Planet Green, and Investigation Discovery. Finally, Sarah received a Masters of Fine Art in Film from American University in 2009 where she received the Guy P. Gannett journalism scholarship from the Maine Community Foundation.