Ashley Archer Tindall is a Los Angeles-based documentary director/producer and an adventurous nerd. She uses film to introduce people to each other through their stories. She most recently directed “27 Months: Journeys in the Peace Corps”, a documentary that witnessed the personal transformations of three Peace Corps volunteers as they served in Azerbaijan, Liberia and the Philippines. At Film Archer, she creates translational content for major research universities and non-profits. She has also produced for National Geographic, HBO and other independent filmmakers in San Francisco and Los Angeles. She holds masters degrees in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University and in Public Policy from the Luskin School of Public Affairs at UCLA. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago and lived and studied in Dakar, Senegal and Paris, France. She is a political animal, but loves her dog and husband even more than politics. Full CV.