Lacey Schwartz Delgado is an award-winning producer/ writer/ director/ outreach strategist who draws on her interdisciplinary background to create compelling stories that span documentary and fiction and work with innovative organizations and brands. She is the CEO of the production company Truth Aid, which produces inspiring and empowering multi-media content to affect social change, and the Director of Outreach North America for Be’chol Lashon, which works around issues of racial, ethnic and cultural diversity in the Jewish community.
Schwartz Delgado directed, produced and co-wrote the critically acclaimed documentary “Little White Lie,” a top-rated broadcast on PBS’s “Independent Lens” which has been distributed worldwide, including screenings with the US State Department in Brasil, Israel and Taiwan. She also executive produced the narrative film “DIFRET” the first film to win audience awards at both the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals. She also directed and produced the viral digital series "The Loving Generation" on topic.com. Lacey is an alum of many film and community programs including the Sundance Institute, Tribeca Film Institute and American Film Showcase.
She also speaks publicly around the world on issues of social impact, inclusivity and work/family dynamics. Lacey’s work stems from the belief that storytelling is the most powerful tool we can use to bridge societal divides in our world. Integral to her work is the development of public engagement campaigns that engage audiences to build on lessons learned in their films from inception to impact. A native of Woodstock, NY and resident of Rhinebeck, NY, Schwartz Delgado has a BA from Georgetown University, a JD from Harvard University and is a member of the New York State bar.