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Biography: Elizabeth Bayne is an award-winning filmmaker focused on health and social issue-based projects. She earned her Masters of Public Health from Yale University and MFA in film from the ArtCenter College of Design. Since graduating, she has produced content for MIT, USC, the LA County Department of Public Health, and A.U.M. Films and Media. Her PSAs, documentaries, and short films have appeared on ABC, the Smithsonian Channel and Aspire TV. Elizabeth was a second round finalist in the Sundance Institute | YouTube New Voices Lab, the Women in Film | Blacklist Feature Writing Lab, Project Greenlight’s Reel Fear Horror Contest, the Black Public Media Open Call and the Latino Public Media Open Call and a finalist in the Women In Film | Sundance Financing Intensive. She is a grant recipient of the Center for Cultural Innovation's Creative Economic Development Fund (CEDF), the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Glassbreaker Films. Elizabeth is currently in post-production on her first feature film "Chocolate Milk,” a reproductive justice documentary about the birth and breastfeeding outcomes for Black mothers. She recently completed "Continuing A Legacy" a documentary about an 11-year old girl from Compton's black cowboy community who competes in the junior rodeo.