Erin McGoff is an award-winning documentary director and editor with a passion for projects that tell stories of resilience. Upon graduating from American University, McGoff received the AU SoC Woman of the Year Award and an International Reporting Fellowship from the Pulitzer Center. She completed her debut feature documentary about Laos, This Little Land of Mines, in 2019 and the film went on to receive festival accolades and distribution. In 2019, McGoff won the Clio Prize for Visualizing History/Advancement for Women in Film, an Impact Doc Award, and Best Director at DOC LA. In 2018, she released a short documentary titled Southern Sustainability and is in development for a short documentary. She currently lives in New York City and works full-time as a freelance director and editor.