Tami Yeager, Director/Producer, is making her independent feature documentary debut with “A Dream in Doubt.” She previously produced award-winning films for national television networks, public broadcasting, and non-profits. Prior to beginning production on “A Dream in Doubt,” she co-produced an hour-long documentary about infertility for MSNBC, two half-hour documentaries about education for ABC News and PBS, and (with Mr. Singh) a comprehensive film-based school curriculum package about Sikh children. She has covered a wide range of subjects, including youth issues, culture, criminal justice, religion, science, health, and the arts. Previously based in San Francisco, she currently resides in New York and is a graduate of American University in Washington, DC.
Preetmohan Singh, Co-Producer, has collaborated with Ms. Yeager on documentary projects for nearly a decade. Their last project, a film-based school curriculum project called “The Sikh Next Door,” is being utilized by teachers and non-profits across the U.S. and internationally. He is currently the Deputy Director of Public Policy at The Interfaith Alliance in Washington, DC. From 2002-2005, he was the national director of the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund. He has conducted congressional briefings on hate crimes and trained over 6,000 law enforcement officials, including hundreds of FBI agents, about the causes and effects of such crimes. Mr. Singh, an immigrant from India as a child, is fluent in Punjabi and Hindi. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and also studied at Oxford University in England.
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