Vicki Curry - Producer
Vicki Curry is a documentary and television producer in Los Angeles. She recently worked with Visionaire Media and WingSpan Pictures and is currently developing an independent documentary project about Botball, a national robotics competition for middle and high school students, in conjunction with Loyola Marymount University. For 14 years she was a producer and reporter for KCET-TV, PBS in Los Angeles. During that time, she worked primarily in the News & Public Affairs Department, covering a range of issues for the local magazine programs "Life & Times" and "SoCal Connected." She also produced a number of special projects, including live news events, a documentary about the Walt Disney Concert Hall, "Bracing for a Quake: A Survival Guide" and "Fine Cut: KCET's Festival of Student Film." Her work has garnered four Emmy Awards, six Golden Mike Awards, an Associated Press Award and a Southern California Journalism Award. She was a Hong Kong Journalism Fellow at the East-West Center and in the American Council on Germany Journalist Program. Previously, Curry worked at CNN's New York bureau and on the national PBS series "Searching for God in America." She received her BA in Political Science and History from Barnard College, Columbia University.