Dash Harris  is a journalist and educator based in New York of Panamanian descent. She attended Temple University for broadcast journalism, business & french. Her body of work is concentrated in documentaries and multi-media examining how power dynamics inform societal norms, colonization, color, race and class politics in the Americas, the African Diaspora and Afrodescendants in Latin America, the intersection of race and gender and its affect on the Afrodescendant woman and the family. Her work has been screened all over the nation as well as abroad and featured in the Museum of Art in Caguas, the 2012 Africa Rising Summit and the 13th annual alucine latin film+media arts.