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Roger Sorkin is an award-winning producer, writer, editor and director of films used to influence policy, cultural change, and investments in solutions to environmental and energy challenges. He is the founder and executive director of the American Resilience Project (ARP), which creates films and engagement campaigns designed to bypass partisan fault lines, and offers strategic executive communications training. 

Roger began his career as a public radio producer, writer and editor in 1993, and has created films and other media for a variety of NGO, government, nonprofit and academic clients since 2000. He serves on the Climate and Security Working Group at the Center for Climate and Security, and he is a fellow with the Truman National Security Project as an Operation Free campaign surrogate. 

Roger has served as a communications advisor to the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, and he is an alumnus of the U.S. Army War College’s National Security Seminar. He received a bachelor of arts in anthropology from Johns Hopkins University (’93) and a master of arts in communication from Stanford University (’00). His films The Burden, Tidewater, and Current Revolution have won numerous awards and have been credited with achieving a number of policy successes.

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