1. Rick Tejada-Flores, Producer

    Rick Tejada-Flores began working in television in 1969 in a minority training program at KQED in San Francisco. He served as unit manager/production supervisor for KNBC in Burbank, and as coordinating producer for the Latino Consortium at KCET in Los Angeles, where he created the national series PRESENTE! His credits include Low ’N Slow: The Art of Lowriding (PBS); Go Chanting, Libre (PBS); Elvia: The Fight for Land and Liberty (PBS/Vistas series); Jasper Johns, Ideas in Paint, and Rivera in America (both for American Masters), and The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It. In addition, Tejada-Flores served as producer on the series The Great Depression, and has directed films on Hispanic history and culture for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History.

  2. Raymond Telles, Producer

    Raymond Telles has produced documentaries for 25 years. The recipient of three Emmy awards, Telles has produced and directed for ABC’s Turning Point and Nightline; NBC’s Dateline; PBS, and Spanish language television. Among the more than 30 documentaries that he has produced are Children of the Night, which won a duPont Columbia Gold Baton Award; Continent on the Move for the PBS series Americas; and In Search of Law and Order, a three hour series on juvenile justice for PBS. Recent documentaries include Eye on the Universe for Discovery Networks International; Memorials for Nightline; Miracle Babies and Tough Choices for MSNBC; and several segments for the PBS series Life 360.