Kimberlee Acquaro is a filmmaker and photojournalist who’s work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine, Time Magazine, US New & World Report, Mother Jones and many international publications. Acquaro’s work has also been featured on CBS, NPR, The Tavis Smiley Show, Voices of America and BBC/PRI’s The World. She was awarded a Pew Fellowship in International Journalism for her work documenting Rwandan women’s emerging rights and roles in the country’s reconciliation and reconstruction. Her photographs have been exhibited in New York, NY, Santa Barbara, CA and Washington, D.C. and are currently on display through the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. God Sleeps In Rwanda, an Academy Award nominated film about Rwandan women survivors of the genocide, is her first documentary film. A new mother, Acquaro lives in Venice, CA with her husband and son.