Since co-founding the Community Media Workshop in Dayton, Ohio in 1974, Tony Heriza has been involved in many aspects of media for social change-producing, editing, teaching and working with community organizations. He is an award winning producer and his documentaries have been broadcast nationally on PBS, screened at the Margaret Mead and other festivals. He has a B.A. from Antioch College and a Master's degree from Rutgers University, where he was a staff producer and adjunct faculty member. He is now Director of Educational Outreach for the American Friends Service Committee and teaches documentary video production in the Fine Arts Department at the University of Pennsylvania.