Rachel Rozycki teaches in the CTVA Producing Program at Columbia.
She has worked as a producer on a range of films from documentary to fiction to experimental, which have aired on PBS, HBO, and are available on Netflix and Amazon.
She Co-Produced the Kartemquin, and Ten Trees film Keep Talking and was the Chicago/Midwest field producer for the documentary Student Athlete by award-winning filmmaker Trish Dalton and two-time Oscar winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.
She has also contributed to several Kartemquin films, including The Trials of Muhammad Ali (dir. Bill Siegel), the multi-award-winning Life Itself (dir. Steve James), and the six-part series Hard Earned, which aired on Al Jazeera America in 2015.
She is currently working on the documentary series No One Asked You, following activist/political comedian Lizz Winstead (co-creator, The Daily Show) and her crew as they advocate for reproductive rights by engaging people through laughter.
Rachel received her M.F.A. in Independent Film and Digital Imaging from Governors State University and is a member of the Documentary Producers Alliance
M.F.A., Independent Film and Digital Imaging Governors State University 2013