Amy Eldon Turteltaub
Amy Eldon Turteltaub is the Co-Founder of Creative Visions Foundation, which supports creative activists who use media and the arts to highlight social causes around the world. Born in London and raised in Nairobi, Kenya, Amy’s career in media began with the Emmy-nominated documentary “Dying To Tell The Story.” She was the associate producer and presenter of the film that wove the story of her brother Reuters photographer Dan Eldon, who was killed while working as a journalist in Somalia in 1993, with those of other journalists working in conflict zones around the world. In 2011, together with Julia Roberts, she was the executive producer of “Extraordinary Moms,” a 90-minute special that aired on OWN. She is also the author of four books including, Angel Catcher: A Journal of Loss and Remembrance.