Chinisha is a passionate, professional storyteller producing content for web, TV, and multi-media productions. Her skills run the gamut of the production process with a focused interest in the design and execution of a story - how it’s written, how it looks on screen, and making it all happen. She started her career in media at the indie doc production house, DCTV, managing the media training programs for high school and college-aged students as the Associate Director of PRO-TV. Her work on the PBS special Our Cameras, Our Stories has been recognized with a NY Emmy nomination (2015) and a Robert F. Kennedy Award in Journalism (2016). Since then, she has created a wide range of content including cultural news stories with Okayplayer as a cinematographer and editor; contracted as an Assistant Editor for Vice (A&E) during their network launch; has produced, written, and performed in shows at The PIT and Magnet Theater; and is currently a Senior Producer for Ya Momz House, Inc. NY-local productions and a contract producer/writer for NPR/WBGO’s Jazz Night in America. She received her MA in Media Studies from The New School and a BA in Cinema Studies and African-American Studies from CUNY Macaulay.