Born and raised in Hell's Kitchen, NYC, Caroline DeVoe is an educator and award-winning multimedia filmmaker dedicated to telling stories about inspiring individuals and creating documentaries that promote progressive social change. DeVoe strives to produce high-quality films that can support public-engagement campaigns by public-interest organizations, educators and policy-makers. DeVoe s work has appeared on PBS, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic, ABC and on the web. DeVoe was a co-producer of Mariachi High, a spirited documentary that premiered in June, 2012 on PBS acclaimed national Summer Arts Festival series. DeVoe s first documentary, Nkosi: A Voice of Africa s AIDS Orphans was produced with Globalvision, NY to amplify the voices of youth disproportionately affected by HIV/Aids in Africa. As a producer for the award-winning multimedia production company, Talking Eyes Media, DeVoe contributed to the creation of a number of healthcare-focused multimedia projects including The Sandwich Generation, the Inner Wounds of War - produced for Discovery - and FIRESTORM, a one hour documentary that aired on PBS in California and was nominated for a regional Emmy Award. An active community volunteer and educator, DeVoe was Media Director for Harlem Children s Zone s after school program, TRUCE. DeVoe currently works as a public school teacher in Yonkers, NY. DeVoe received a BA in Digital Filmmaking with a Minor in Africana Studies from Ramapo College, and an MA, Technology Specialist from Teachers College, Columbia University.