Kathryn Clinard

Kathryn Clinard Producer

Kathryn Clinard joined Steeplechase Films in 2015 after spending two years as an educator with Teach For America – Greater Nashville. At Steeplechase, she has had the pleasure of working on several films produced for public television across a breadth of styles and subject matter. Most notably, she produced VA: The Human Cost of War (2017), a one-hour film for broadcast on PBS Stories of Service. She co-produced The Chinese Exclusion Act (2018) and led outreach and engagement in coordination with the Center for Asian American Media. Currently, she is producing several upcoming Ric Burns films including, Oliver Sacks: His Own Life (2019) and Driving While Black (2020). She is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Distinguished Honors program, Political and Social Thought, with a concentration on the ethical considerations in documentary filmmaking.