Teresa L Carey

Journalist . Multimedia Producer . Strategic Communications . NatGeo Explorer

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Award-winning filmmaker, podcast producer, and journalist, Teresa Carey loves a great story. Through her work she’s trekked to secret cetacean graveyards, scaled genetically modified trees, and sailed alongside leatherback sea turtles on their 2,700-mile migration.

Teresa’s journalistic career has taken her to the forefront of emerging technology, genetics, and climate reporting. She has produced biotech podcasts and directed a NatGeo grant-funded film, with her work appearing on platforms such as NPR, NASA, Discovery Channel, and PBS NewsHour. Carey’s contributions have been recognized by institutions like the BLUE Ocean Film Festival, Covering Climate Now, and the Folio Awards.

Now, Teresa is leveraging her strategic communications expertise to empower others in effectively communicating their messages. But when it comes to media production, Teresa is most pleased with the show “Really I Did That,” which she produces with her 4-year-old son.

Here’s what’s currently keeping Teresa busy:

• Producer for Discovery Channel Shark Week Podcast.
• Strategic communications for Upstream, a leading change agency for reuse.
• Unity Environmental University Instructor for communications and film courses.
• Podcast development for a new investigative, true-crime series.
• Speaker for Podcast Movement 2024.
• Post-production for a film supported by a NatGeo grant.


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