Bonnie has worked in the nonprofit and media sector since graduating from Tufts University in 1995 with a dual degree in International Relations and Women’s Studies. She received a certificate in non-fiction writing from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and a masters in Media and Nonprofit Management from Suffolk University where she received the Waterston Fellowship, sponsored by actor Sam Waterston. Prior to Keshet, Bonnie served as the editorial coordinator for outreach campaigns for PBS series including The College Track: America’s Sorting Machine, Local News, School: The Story of American Public Education, and Senior Year. As a freelancer, Bonnie worked as a researcher, associate producer, and sound recorder on a series of environmental films including, Renewal. She is on the program advisory committee for the elder services organization, FriendshipWorks and was a writing coach for high school students at the Posse Foundation. Bonnie joined Keshet in 2005 as the Associate Producer of Hineini: Coming Out in a Jewish High School. In her spare time, she hangs out at the dog park with her Mississippi Lab-mix and office mate, Hannah.