Greta Schiller is an internationally acclaimed documentary film director and producer, as well as, more recently, a science educator. Her career was launched with the PBS broadcast of her first feature documentary, Before Stonewall, which won two Emmy Awards. Other directorial credits include Paris Was a Woman, International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Tiny & Ruby: Hell Divin’ Women, The Man Who Drove with Mandela, I Live at Ground Zero, No Dinosaurs in Heaven, and most recently, The Marion Lake Story for which she was named Environmentalist of the Year in Suffolk County, Long Island. The first recipient of the Fulbright Arts Fellowship in Film, Schiller holds a BFA in Film/Video from the City College of New York, and thirty years later she returned to City College to earn an MA in Science Education. Recently her alma mater awarded her the Townsend Harris Medal for Outstanding Contributions to her Field.