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Ashley Archer Tindall

Ashley Archer Tindall works in a range of media tackling scientific, political and cultural affairs.She is the filmmaker for the Clayman Institute Voice & Influence program.

Tindall has produced for National Geographic Television, independent documentaries and non-profit organizations. With a background in International Development, she continues to use film and video to explore global challenges and the universal human experience through personal stories. In additional to her broadcast television work, her short documentary films have screened at various festivals including Rural Route/Rooftop Films and the Santa Fe Film Festival.  Her work has been supported by various arts-funding institutions including the University Film and Video Association, the Enersen Foundation and the Center for the American West at Stanford University.

Tindall is a graduate of the Luskin School of Public Affairs (MPP) at the University of California, Los Angeles and the Documentary Film and Video MA program at Stanford University. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago.