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Anthony DeLorenzo

Anthony DeLorenzo, Senior Developer, FRONTLINE

Ben Abrams

Ben Abrams, Data Analyst, FRONTLINE

Barry Clegg

Barry Clegg, Senior Editor, Promotions, FRONTLINE


John Campopiano

John Campopiano, Archives & Rights Manager, FRONTLINE

Gianna DeGiulio

Gianna DeGiulio, Senior Contracts Manager, FRONTLINE

Dan Edge

Dan Edge, Senior Producer, Commissioning Editor


Lauren Ezell Kinlaw

Lauren Ezell Kinlaw, Senior Editor, FRONTLINE



Amy Gaines, Series Coordinating Producer, FRONTLINE


Anne Husted

Anne Husted, Series Publicity Manager, FRONTLINE


Tessa Maguire

Tessa Maguire, Assistant Editor, Digital, FRONTLINE

Michelle Mizner

Michelle Mizner, Series Producer & Editor, FRONTLINE


Ben C. Solomon

Ben C. Solomon, Former Abrams Filmmaker-in-Residence, FRONTLINE



Sue Tufts, Business Manager, FRONTLINE

Patrice Taddonio

Patrice Taddonio, Digital Writer & Audience Development Strategist, FRONTLINE


Brenna Verre

Brenna Verre, Production Coordinator, FRONTLINE


Megan McGough Christian

Megan McGough Christian, Production Manager, FRONTLINE



Mary Sullivan, Budget Director, FRONTLINE

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