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Robyn Symon is a two-time Emmy award-winning filmmaker specializing in documentaries and television series. In 2007, Symon debuted in the indie arena, producing, directing and editing the feature documentary "Transformation: The Life & Legacy of Werner Erhard" " about one of the most controversial pioneers of the multi-billion dollar self-help industry. Other award-winning films include “Behind the Blue Veil” about the war on terror in West Africa and “Uncle Gloria” about transgender rights. Her latest film "Do No Harm" is about the hidden epidemic of physician suicide and medical errors. All films have received international distribution deals. A former TV news reporter, Robyn has written and produced hundreds of hours of television programming for various networks including PBS, NBC, Discovery, CNBC, HGTV including the PBS series "Voices of Vision," hosted by NPR's Scott Simon focusing on the work of non-profit organizations around the world and “Florida!" for The Travel Channel. Recently Robyn produced and directed the docu-series “Nancy O’Dell Remembers” for the Reelz Channel and "Health & Family" a multi-media health series airing on the Discovery Health network and CTV in Canada. In addition to two Suncoast Emmys, Robyn has been honored with three national Telly awards among others.