Meet Gloria Greenfield
Provost Susan Martin has just named Gloria Z Greenfield an Honorary Artist in Residence in Journalism and Electronic Media and Cinema Studies. Gloria brings over 30 years of strategic planning, marketing, and management experience to her current work dedicated to the strengthening of Jewish identity, Jewish nationhood, and the values of freedom and democracy through film. Since founding Doc Emet Productions in 2007, where she serves as president, her film credits include The Case for Israel - Democracy's Outpost (2008), Unmasked Judeophobia (2011), and Body and Soul — The State of the Jewish Nation (2014). Ms. Greenfield's films have received international acclaim and have been translated into Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. She is currently in pre-production with Crumbling Towers – Subverting the Western Mind, which examines—both historically and currently--rising totalitarian movements and their influence in many Western universities and colleges.
In January 1980, Ms. Greenfield was featured in Ms. Magazine as a "woman to watch in the '80s." An alumna of the State University of New York at Oswego, she was honored with their "Distinguished Alumnus Award" in October 1983; and in May 2005, the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Boston presented Gloria with their Keter Torah Award for her contribution to Jewish education.
We'd like to welcome Gloria and her husband, Stuart Brotman (the new Herb Howard Chair of Communications) to Knoxville and UT.