Nasreen Alkhateeb is an award-winning transmedia storyteller whose content has broadcast internationally for over a decade. By motivating audiences, and empowering new voices, Nasreen thrives as a leader on diverse storytelling projects that include broadcast, digital, and film.
In addition to curating and creating original content for NASA, BBC, NPR, TED, The Atlantic, the UNITED NATIONS, SXSW, AMC, Coachella, Discovery Networks, WITNESS and IFC Films, Nasreen has participated in the SUNDANCE Film Festival and developed programing for AFI DOCS, the Nantucket Film Festival, the Brooklyn International Film Festival, CINE, TIVA, and the EMMYS.
In 2016, Nasreen was awarded Cinematographer of the Year by NASA for her one woman coverage of Operation IceBridge in Greenland. In 2017, The District of Columbia Office of Film recognized Nasreen as Filmmaker of the Month for Executive Producing "East of the River," a Slamdance winner, and official selection at Tribeca Film Festival. In 2019, she directed two national multipart series campaigns for Women’s March and NASA’s Women’s History Month.
Speaking engagements: TEDx, AwesomeCon, StoryCode, Filmgate Miami, Light City Baltimore, NASA Goddard Women in Action, Bus Boys & Poets, PORTALS, AMPM DC, Manhattan Mornings, George Washington University, and Pratt Institute
Recent fieldwork: Iceland, Ethiopia, Greenland, Palestine, Iraq, and Costa Rica