N’Jeri Eaton is a big nerd but she’s learned to accept it. She currently works at the Independent Television Service (ITVS) as a Programming Coordinator, where her work includes selecting and managing documentary films through their various funding initiatives. Her short film Perry County (IDA Awards nominee), the story of legacy, waste and environmental injustice in one small Alabama community, screened at festivals around the country is now being distributed by New Day Films. City Fish (Audience Award Winner, Doc Challenge) premiered at Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival and was broadcast on the Documentary Channel. She was also the Associate Producer for The Waiting Room (Gotham Awards and Independent Spirit Awards nominee). N'Jeri has produced work for TIME.com and has worked as a freelance editor and assistant for various other production companies and nonprofit organizations. She received her M.A. at the UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and her B.A. in Media Arts Studies from Emerson College.