Tami Gold is a producer/director of documentaries. A recipient of a Rockefeller, Guggenheim and Fulbright Fellowships; Tribeca Audience Award, GLAAD Media Award; Urban Visionaries Award, Museum of Television and Radio; NY/NJ Video Arts Fellowships; Excellence in the Arts Award from the Manhattan Borough President; AFI Independent Filmmakers Production Fellowship. Her work has also screened at the MOMA, the Whitney, The Chicago Arts Institute, The Kennedy Center, the American and British Film Institutes, Sundance, Tribeca and The New York Film Festival, and in over 150 film festivals worldwide. Tami’s films include: Every Mother’s Son; Juggling Gender: Politics, Sex And Identity; Out At Work: Lesbian And Gay Men On The Job; Passionate Politics: The Life and Work Of Charlotte Bunch; RFK In The Land of Apartheid; Another Brother; Puzzles: When Hate Came To Town among others. Tami is a Professor in Film/Media Studies at Hunter College.