Sarah Wolozin develops and oversees lab projects and operations including Docubase, the Visiting Fellows program, and collaborations with institutions such as Sundance Institute, Tribeca Institute, and the National Film Board of Canada. Sarah has always had an interest in exploring new platforms for storytelling and social change. Before coming to MIT, she produced documentaries and educational media for a wide variety of media outlets including PBS, Learning Channel, History Channel, NPR, websites and museums. Topics ranged from the arts to U.S. Healthcare. She started experimenting with the web back in the early stages of its public use and in 1996 produced an award-winning 8-week interactive web series based on a comic book character. She has sat on committees for Sundance New Frontier Lab, Tribeca New Media Fund, and the IFP Media Center and has presented at Sundance, SXSW, Storycode, MIT and many other venues. Sarah holds a BA from Barnard College, Columbia University.