Ellen Goosenberg Kent
Won an Academy Award for her short subject documentary, "Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1."
Directed her first documentary dealing with veteran's issues, "Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq."
Won a Primetime Emmy for producing the children's TV documentary, "Going, Going, Almost Gone! Animals in Danger."
Directed her first documentary, "Talking Sex: Making Love in the '90s," which appeared on HBO.
Father was a veteran of the Vietnam war.
Worked as an intern at Philadelphia Magazine.
Conducted an exhaustive research project into historical records and personal documents to determine the tremendous presence of undiagnosed PTSD in veterans of wars dating back to 1861.
Filmed her documentary "Crisis Hotline" over the course of nine months.