Kathryn Smith Pyle is Director-Producer of Sisters, a multi-platform film project about racial discrimination in white Greek-letter college sororities. She is a Sundance Institute Fellow: 2011 Documentary Edit and Story Lab and 2009 Creative Producers Lab. She co-produced the feature-length documentary film, Niños de la Memoria (2012), about human rights issues in El Salvador, and is Director-Producer of Farm Labor (2013), an online short documentary film and website project in support of immigration reform. She is a Consulting Producer for Almost Sunrise (2016) and Border South (in production). Her former career as a grant-maker in the US, Latin America and Europe was dedicated to social and economic justice. She writes about social issue documentaries and has a doctorate in social policy with a focus on race-related issues from the University of Pennsylvania.