Convocation with Diana Fraser '14
Diana Fraser ’14 values critical thinking, social dialogue, and uplifting systemically marginalized and excluded communities. She leads savvy, relevant content creation for audiences with effective, streamlined, data-informed systems.
She manages and designs multimedia projects, documentaries, digital series, broadcast programs, and advertising spots. At PBS Digital Studios' she drives a $5.5M grant portfolio that creates original digital-first series, workshops, and events. Before that she was a Line Producer for Twin Cities PBS where her programs received 20 Midwest Regional Emmy Award nominations and 9 wins.
Her directorial debut, Emmy-nominated documentary Patient No More (2019) was picked up by PBS in 2021 via NETA.
Her portfolio includes 10+ award-winning short and feature films and screenings with Harvard University/Brigham and Women's Hospital, World Professional Association for Transgender Health, UCLA - Iris Cantor Women's Health Center & the City of West Hollywood Government, Boston School of Public Health, 2022 Big Sky Film Festival, 2018 & 2021 Twin Cities Film Festival, 2018 INPUT, and a 2013 Princess Grace Honorarium Award film.
She is a 2021 Online News Association Women's Leadership Accelerator cohort member and a 2018 Minnesota State Arts Board grant recipient. She has a B.A. in Cinema and Media Studies from Carleton College. And Diana currently lives in Washington, DC.
This convocation will also be presented as a virtual webinar. Please register in advance if you would like to attend via Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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