Rahdi Taylor creates film projects and field programs that aim to transform culture. She is Executive Vice President at Concordia Studio where she leads the signature Concordia Fellowship, designed to launch powerful careers for diverse filmmakers. She is an executive producer on the feature documentary films Time, All These Sons, Mija and Aftershock, among others. Previously she served as Director of the Sundance Documentary Fund, awarding financing and creative support globally including to more than a dozen Academy Award nominees. Taylor is a field leader who created the original Documentary Core Application as well as the Indie Film Money Map. She holds an MFA in film production and serves frequently in the field as a juror, panelist and industry advisor for international film festivals, funding panels and pitch forums.