Dana Wolfe

Visiting Scholar, Intersession 2019, 2020

A television, radio and podcast producer, Dana spent over a decade chasing stories globally as a producer for ABC News, Nightline with Ted Koppel. Most recently she was executive producer of the Intelligence Squared U.S. debate series and also served as executive director of The Rosenkranz Foundation. Dana works as an independent media consultant for numerous media entities and news divisions where she leverages her production know-how and vast contacts to produce live events with a clear grasp of the ever-changing digital landscape. Her work has been recognized with five Emmy awards, an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award, and, more recently, six consecutive radio awards. Dana sits on the board of Retro Report, a non-profit documentary organization that tells the history behind the news. She also is a newer advisory board member to the Canadian-based Global Reporting Centre, which is dedicated to highlighting important neglected stories around the world. Currently, Dana is a contributing editor at InTELLects, an online forum where thought leaders and marketing gurus are asked questions we all ponder on a regular basis; and, is working on two documentaries–one on the wars in Lebanon and the other on food fraud in the global supply chain. Dana received her B.A. with honours in political science with a minor in history from York University in Toronto and her M.A. in international studies from New York University.