Nina Gilden Seavey is an Emmy Award-winning documentarian with a 30-year career in the non-fiction world.  Her media projects can be seen in theaters, on television, in ancillary media, in museum exhibitions, and heard in podcasts across the globe.  

She is the President of Seavey Media (  Seavey’s most recent project is the 8-part podcast series, My Fugitive produced by Pineapple Street Studios.  The series was the result of a 10-year investigation of one the large lawsuits against the FBI, the CIA, and the National Archives in U.S. history.  

Seavey’s documentaries have won numerous awards including five National Emmy nominations (one statue awarded), the Erik Barnouw Prize for Best Historical Film of the Year, The Golden Hugo, Cine Special Jury Prize, The Telly Award, The Italian National Olympic Cup for Best Sports Film, The Peter C Rollins Prize for Best Film in American Culture, among many others.  

Seavey is the Founding Director of The Documentary Center in the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University. She holds the academic rank of Full Research Professor of History and Media and Public Affairs with appointments both in the Department of History and in the School of Media and Public Affairs.