Sarah Katz has worked in television and multimedia as a Producer, Associate Producer, and Researcher for more than eighteen years. She has produced over three hundred interviews for media and broadcasting including representatives with the FBI, Pentagon, Indo-Pacific Command Headquarters in Hawaii, former Vice-President Al Gore, anti-corruption lawyers, Muslim American community and religious leaders, professors, automotive innovators, renewable energy experts, members of the tech and start-up industries, Republican politicians, and local government leaders.
Sarah routinely produces news stories about American policy with foreign journalists as part of the Department of State, Foreign Press Center's Media Co-Op program. An upcoming documentary produced with Pakistani journalists through the Foreign Press Center will tell the story of Muslim communities in America.
In May, 2018 Sarah joined Marginal Revolution University, an economic policy center at George Mason University, where she produces and serves as the lead archivist for an educational video series. She is co-producing a feature-length historical documentary film about Washington, DC city politics with Director Aimee Dixon. In the spring of 2017 she shot and produced a video promoting ATSC 3.0 technology for the National Association of Broadcasters.
Sarah has produced over one hundred and fifty-six half-hours of educational content for The Great Courses, covering topics from science to literature and archaeology, and has credits on over forty documentaries for the History Channel, National Geographic Television, Biography, Planet Green, and Investigation Discovery. Sarah is a member of the New Media Council of the Producers Guild of America and a former Docs In Progress board member. At Docs In Progress she launched the Documentary Inspiration Awards celebrating the work of Oscar winning Director Marshall Curry and Editor Matthew Hamachek. She holds a Master of Fine Art in Film from American University for which she received the Guy P. Gannett journalism scholarship from the Maine Community Foundation. Finally, she has an undergraduate degree in French literature and spent a year volunteering in Zimbabwe.
Locations traveled to include: Argentina, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique, Lesotho, Russia, France, Yukon, England, France, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Hong Kong, continental US and Hawaii.