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Liz Miller is a documentary maker, trans-media artist, and professor interested in new approaches to community collaborations and documentary as a way to connect personal stories to larger social concerns. She provides training to human rights, labor, and women’s organizations in media production, digital storytelling, and media advocacy campaigns. Years of documentary media experience and a background in political economics, electronic media art, and Latin American studies fuel her ongoing explorations of new media as art, advocacy, and as a powerful educational tool. Liz teaches media production in Communications Studies at Concordia University in Montreal and she has been on the board of the International Association of Women in Radio and Television for six years. Her films/educational campaigns on timely issues such as water privatization and immigration have won awards and been integrated into educational curricula and influenced decision makers. Having lived in Central and South America for over six years, she continues to collaborate with groups in the region and her newest project, En la casa, la cama y la calle (at home, in bed and in the streets) is a collaboration with the feminist organization in Nicaragua Puntos de Encuentro.