Doree is a director and producer whose films cover social impact topics ranging from mental health to President Obama's first campaign trail. Her latest short documentary, In Her Shoes: India, explores women's empowerment through the lens of the daughter of a sex worker, and won the 2020 Webby Award for Diversity & Inclusion.
In 2013, she co-directed the feature documentary, 99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film, which competed at the Sundance Film Festival. Her short documentary works have screened at festivals including Tribeca and Cannes, and she has produced feature and short documentaries for Marvel and ESPN.
Doree is currently the Director of Production at Matador Network, an award-winning global travel media brand. In 2020, she produced their Black travel series Phil Good Travel, which won Gold in the Society of American Travel Writers’ Lowell Thomas Journalism Competition.
An NYU alum, Doree lives in Pittsburgh, PA and lives for telling stories that aim to make the world a more accepting place.