Carrie Lozano

Carrie Lozano

Carrie Lozano is President & CEO of ITVS. Lozano joined ITVS from the Sundance Institute where she served as director of Documentary Film and Artist Programs, supporting boundary-breaking filmmakers across the globe. Prior to Sundance, she designed and directed the International Documentary Association’s Enterprise Documentary Fund, where she supported filmmakers with funding and journalistic resources on projects. At IDA, she also led the Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund, which focuses on films about environmental justice and other social issues.

Earlier in her career, Lozano was an executive at Al Jazeera America and a senior producer of the investigative series Fault Lines, which won her team an Emmy, a Peabody, and multiple Headliner Awards. She also has led the Bay Area Video Coalition’s BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship and was a lecturer at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she is an alum.

Lozano produced the ITVS-funded and Academy Award-nominated documentary The Weather Underground; a live cinema piece called Utopia In Four Movements; and produced, directed, and edited the Teddy Award nominee Reporter Zero.

Lozano serves on the advisory boards of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and PBS’ Frontline, is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and is on the board of jurors of the Peabody Awards. She is on the board of directors of ProPublica.