María Agui Carter is an independent filmmaker, a playwright, screenwriter, and an Assistant Professor of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College. Over a dozen of Maria’s documentaries have been broadcast internationally, and premiered at festivals from Tribeca to Frameline. Her recent projects include "No Job for a Woman," "Rebel," and "SciGirls." She is also slated to direct her new fiction script "The Secret Life of La Mariposa." Agui Carter is the former Board Chair of NALIP. She was also selected for the 2015 Latino Screenwriting Project, Maria worked on her first draft at the 2014 NALIP Artist Retreat Center, and is a lifetime member of NALIP. Check out more of her work here!