Ana Coyne Alonso
Ana Coyne Alonso is a digital writer/director/producer and strategist working at the crossroads of branding, advocacy, social media and advertising for good. She is currently a communications consultant for Identification for Development (ID4D), a global, multi-sectoral initiative of the World Bank Group.
Prior, Ana was a commercial director and filmmaker having completed 27 films and videos that have aired on television in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Her work has been purchased and/or screened at the Museum of Modern Art, Pompidou Centre, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Deutsches Filmmuseum+. Awards include the Princess Grace and Kodak awards+ and grants from Soros Documentary Fund, New York Foundation for the Arts, Hamburg FilmFund+.
As well, she has directed multimedia for UNICEF campaigns to help facilitate policy changes on social and public health issues such as water, landmine eradication, sexual exploitation of children+.
Ana has a BA from Dartmouth College, a MS from Columbia University’s School of Journalism, and a MFA from the University of California, San Diego.
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