Who We Are
Esther Ehrlich, founder, believes in the power of stories. A trained oral historian, she worked for six years at the Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) at the University of California, Berkeley, one of the leading oral history programs in the country. Among her accomplishments there, she developed and conducted an oral history project on performance artists and dancers with disabilities, for which she received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. In January of 2007, Ehrlich left her job at the university to launch Story Lines.
A published writer and professional editor, Ehrlich is a member of both the Oral History Association and the Association of Personal Historians.
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Neal Davis, video producer, brings over twelve years of professional video experience to Story Lines. He has written, produced, and directed a broad range of video programs in both corporate and private settings. His specialty lies in bringing together visual material and words to create video that is both moving and informative.
Davis has a master’s degree in television production from Brooklyn College and a master’s degree in education from Harvard University. Since 2002, Davis has produced more than 100 video programs for the Developmental Studies Center, a nonprofit educational organization in Oakland, California.
For more information about Neal and his production company Group 5 Media, visit his web site at www.group5media.com.