Shareen Anderson is an award-winning producer and director based in New York City. She created and executive produced The Murder of Laci Peterson, a six-part limited documentary series for A&E, which won a silver medal at New York Festivals International Television and FilmAwards, and Saving Soweto, an eight-part documentary series for Al Jazeera English, which took the bronze medal at New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards. She has also worked as Supervising Producer on Nat Geo’s To Catch A Smuggler, It Couldn’t Happen Here for the Sundance Channel, and Supervising Field Producer on Suspicious Minds and The Shadows of Death for Investigation Discovery. Her first feature documentary, Charents: In Search of My Armenian Poet, won the Audience Choice Award at the Pomegranate Film Festival in Toronto, Canada and aired on PBS. Clash, a scripted series she co-created, was a 2020 MIPTV Drama Pitch Finalist. She is currently developing several documentary projects and a mystery scripted series for teens.