Harry Wiland graduated Brooklyn College with a major in Chemistry and from Columbia University with a MFA in Film & Television. Wiland has produced public television and multimedia for over 30 years. While still a student at Columbia, he co-produced Johnny Cash: The Man, His World and Music, a television and feature film production. From 1994–1997 he was CEO of Leonardo Internet. In 2002, with business partner Dale Bell, he founded the Media & Policy Center located in Santa Monica, CA and developed its media model. With Bell, he has been the Executive Producer and Director of all of MPC’s major productions. In 2004-05, he co-wrote the PBS Companion book for Edens Lost & Found and in 2006 supervised the writing of its academic curriculum. Wiland and Bell were the project leaders for Edens Lost & Found (2006–07). Other projects include the 20-unit video series Going To Green Sustainability Curriculum released by PBSd/Chelsea Green Publishing in 2008. In 2006, Harry and Dale were elected Ashoka Lifetime Fellows, and they remain the only media professionals in that organization. The team produced and directed Growing Greener Schools to air on PBS during Earth Day Week in 2010. Wiland has been a director member of the Directors Guild of America since 1981, and of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences since 2003.