Katie Galloway has produced, directed and reported more than 14 hours of documentary television, primarily for the PBS documentary series Frontline, California public television and CBS News. Her work has received many awards and honors, including the Society of Professional Journalists' best documentary prize for the program GunShots about Bay Area gun trafficking (2001), a national Emmy nomination for Public and Community Service (also for GunShots), and a national Emmy nomination in the investigative documentary category for the Frontline documentary The Case for Innocence, about inmates struggling to prove their innocence in the American criminal justice system. Katie taught a documentary workshop at the Columbia University School of Journalism. She has an M.S. in Journalism from Columbia, and an M.A. in Political Science from UC Berkeley.