Beth Miranda Botshon is a Brooklyn-based producer and director. Passionate about bringing compelling untold stories into the fold, she has spent the past decade producing original programs that inspire and entertain. Beth is currently Sesame Workshop's Bilingual Producer of Social Impact Video, where she oversees production of adult-facing educational content on topics ranging from childcare to family homelessness.
Past productions include Firmes, a documentary for NAT GEO LATINO about Low Riders in the Bronx, Mariachi High, a PBS documentary about high-school Mariachi competitions in the US, and Odd Ones Out, a GRANADA doc about three transgender teens coming of age in NYC. Additional highlights include Nickelodeon's docu-comedy series Take Me To Your Mother and the WB's docu-reality series High Drama: The Wizard of Oz.
Beth also produces content for non-profits and cultural institutions including the US Embassy in Nicaragua, Child Protective Services (ACS), and Tribeca Film Institute among others. Recently, Beth supervised production on a short for the non-profit Riverkeeper - a watchdog organization dedicated to defending the Hudson River. The film screened at Riverkeeper's 50th Anniversary Gala which raised $1.6 million dollars in one evening.