Erin Bernhardt

Member of the Creative Activist Community, Creative Visions Foundation

Erin is an award-winning advocate journalist. Her production and outreach experience ranges from ABC and CNN to the Peace Corps and non-profits around the world.

At CNN, Erin worked closely on the 2008 election coverage; found a niche in covering Africa, musical activism, the changing face of homelessness and became an abolitionist through her coverage of human trafficking. She also worked on the following CNN Presents documentaries: Songs of Hope, Black in America, Latino in America, Gary and Tony Have a Baby, Rescued: Haiti’s Earthquake, Muslim Youth and Taliban.

Most recently, Erin worked as the Community & Social Media Manager as well as the Filmmaker at Better World Books, an online social enterprise bookstore.

Erin is now working full-time on the African Children’s Choir Film, her first documentary feature. She is also a freelance writer for the Huffington Post and Paste Magazine and a social media and outreach guru for small businesses and non-profits hoping to share their work and passion with clients, fans and donors.

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