Faye Lederman is currently a media fellow at Children’s Health Defense. She holds MJ/MA degrees in documentary film and Judaic Studies from UC Berkeley and NYU. Her independent films include "Women of the Wall," "The New Old Country," "A Good Uplift, Missed Conceptions and All in Good Time" (latter two films in development). Faye was a field producer on Election Day (POV 2008) and regularly serves as a consulting producer on a range of documentaries. She has worked on several of Judith Hefand's films focused on environmental health, toxic exposure and climate change. She traveled extensively to self-distribute her own films and her work has been screened on PBS and in festivals, universities, museums, conferences and community/political organizations in the U.S., Europe and Africa. She is a long-time member and former steering committee acquisitions chair of New Day Films, a cooperative of independent social issue media makers and was part of the Jews, Religion and Media working group at NYU. She taught at the School of Visual Arts and the Skirball Center for Adult Jewish Learning. Her work has received support from the NY State Council on the Arts, the NY Foundation for the Arts, the Foundation for Jewish Culture, the Funding Exchange, and the Puffin Foundation among others.