Bridget has been working with marginalized youth since 2002 in Central and South America, Arizona and New York. She has run several youth media programs both nationally and internationally. In order to better inform her media projects she worked as a documentary film producer for an Oscar-nominated director. All of her media projects are rooted in visual inclusion, self-expression, media literacy and human rights while teaching marketable skills such as basic film production. She has also worked for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) as well as various international non-governmental organizations devising youth-oriented communication strategies. Bridget has a BA in International Relations and Human Rights with a focus on Latin America from the University of Dayton and an MA in International Affairs and Media with a focus on Youth Media from The New School University in New York.