Talleah Bridges McMahon is an independent producer who has worked on documentaries for PBS, CNN, ABC, and Amazon Studios. Most recently, she was a director and producer for a four-hour PBS series called And Still I Rise: Black America Since MLK. Previously, she co-produced the pilot episode of The New Yorker Presents for Amazon Studios and the first two episodes of the six-hour PBS series The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, which garnered Emmy, Peabody, and duPont-Columbia awards. She produced a multi-platform initiative for PBS and AOL called MAKERS: Women Who Make America. She also worked on the Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning film Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience as well as Emmy-nominated specials Peter Jennings Reporting: LAPD and Peter Jennings Reporting: I Have a Dream. Originally from Milwaukee, WI, Talleah currently lives in Los Angeles.