Amol Pavangadkar is the director of sandbox engagement and a senior producer with the Department of Media and Information. He has produced and directed more than 50 media projects, working with a range of international collaborators and federal and state agencies. His productions range from promotional, training, educational, and music videos and films, delivered on a broad range of platforms. Some recent projects include human trafficking awareness, PTSD training for law enforcement agencies, food systems innovations in Africa and India, accident response in India, a diabetes monitoring app for teens, mercury poisoning outreach efforts and climate change communication. Pavangadkar teaches a range of courses in film, video and audio production, and client-based media management, and leads a study abroad program in India. He is a 2012 recipient of the prestigious faculty seminar fellowship from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.