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Beverly Peterson

Beverly Peterson, is co-founder and Founding President of the National Workplace Bullying Coalition. During the course of her long career she has worn many hats that include: owner/partner in building a multimillion dollar chain of NYC seafood restaurants and a wholesale fish market; owner/operator of Changing World Productions which created award-winning films, several of which focused on workplace bullying; Associate Professor, Montclair State University. Her interactive documentary experience, What Killed Kevin, explore workplace bullying and was featured in the Washington Post, Huffington Post and Psychology Today. It was awarded a Webby and UFVA’s Best Transmedia/Website.


Peterson’s documentaries have been broadcast internationally, and screened at major festivals including; HBO, PBS The Sundance Channel,The Sundance Film Festival, Human Rights Watch, Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art,The Walker Art Center, The Warhol Museum. Peterson worked with the National Workplace Bullying Coalition to spearhead a one-day conference at Rutgers School of Law - Newark that brought together legislators, practitioners, educators, business representatives and targets of abuse in an effort to seek solutions to prevent abuse in the workplace. She is currently exploring Virtual reality, projection mapping and other technologies as emerging storytelling platforms.

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