Post Production Supervisor
Althea Middleton-Detzner was born and raised in the Twin Cities of Minnesota and still spends part of each summer “up on the Lake” at a family cabin in NW Wisconsin.
She studied Environment and Resource Policy and International Law at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (MALD, 2011) and International Development and music at The George Washington University (BA, 2005), has lived in Thailand, Ecuador, South Africa, Argentina, and Cambodia, and speaks Spanish almost fluently. Her primary work has been in the field of civil resistance, participated in or conducted educational and field seminars in diverse settings including: Cambodia, Melanesia, Turkey, Australia, Belize, Guatemala, Spain, the United States, UK, and Serbia. She contributes to a variety of other programmatic, research, and digital initiatives as a Senior Advisor for International Center on Nonviolent Conflict. As an independent consultant she has also worked with the Melanesian-focused Pacific Project, the Positive Peace Warrior Network, Tech Change, Tomorrow’s Teaching, and Ushahidi’s Crisis Mapping efforts during the Haitian earthquake of 2010, is a Level I certified in Kingian Nonviolence trainer and a member of an Advanced Kingian Nonviolence Trainers Network.
Althea arrived on the PROJECT: ICE post-production scene in late 2012 bringing international, artistic, interdisciplinary skills and perspectives, stellar project management skills, and an eagerness to learn about the inner-workings of documentary film making. She is interested in the power of storytelling and the use of film and arts for social change.