Currently a Communications Consultant, Video Director/Producer, and Educator, Heather Gwaltney has 15 years of experience in the business and non-profit sectors, and has been practicing fine art and still photography since she was a child. In addition to being an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University, she has administered programs and projects for a number of organizations - designing and implementing marketing, educational and web strategy plans. Heather has delivered a variety of organizational assessments, training sessions, and interviews, and has written numerous newsletters and success stories. Additionally, she began producing video five years ago, and continues to use it as a way to communicate about relevant social and environmental issues. As a video Director/Producer, Heather’s work includes documentary, Ageless (currently in production); and advocacy videos “No on Fast-Track Commission”, The American Promise, Scrap the Cap, The Voice of Women, and Social Security: A Cornerstone of America’s Future. Her previous work also includes short documentary, Talking to the President; What is Livability Project?; the mocumentray, News That Tells You Nothing; Art & Disabilities in the 21st Century; and teacher testimonial, Failure is not an Option. Furthermore, Heather has experience managing teams and vendor relationships. She holds a Master of Science in Organizational Development, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Business Administration, and is Permaculture Certified. Heather resides in Washington DC.