Executive Director + Executive Producer
Holly Gordon originally joined DocGroup as Vice President of Project Development, and is currently the Executive Director and Executive Producer of DocGroup’s most ambitious and far-reaching project – 10×10: Educate Girls, Change the World, a groundbreaking global social action campaign and film designed to raise awareness and inspire action in support of girls education. It uses the power of story-telling to deliver the message that educating girls in developing nations can transform lives, communities and economies.
Prior to joining DocGroup, Holly was Director of Content for the Tribeca Film Festival, where she managed video collection and production for the 2007 Festival. She was the executive producer of Tribeca Presents: The Best of the Festival, a special broadcast highlighting the award-winning films in the 2008 Festival.
Before her tenure at the Tribeca Film Festival, Holly spent 12 years at ABC News, where she worked as a producer and booker for the major news broadcasts: World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Good Morning America, 20/20 and Primetime . While at ABC News, Holly was selected for special coverage teams on high-profile stories, including President Clinton’s impeachment, the trial of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the shootings at Columbine, and the Albanian refugee crisis in Kosovo. She was an integral part of ABC’s breaking-news coverage during the weeks following the September 11th attacks, including the invasion of Iraq, and on numerous other major breaking-news events. For three years, as Editorial Producer for the ABC news magazine unit, Holly managed the team responsible for identifying and booking national and international, competitive, long-form stories.
Holly graduated from Brown University with a BA in International Relations.