Roger Sorkin is an award-winning producer, writer, editor and director of films (most recently Tidewater, The Burden) at the nexus of energy, environment and national security. He is the executive director of the American Resilience Project, which harnesses the power of film to influence public policy, behavioral change, and investments in solutions to our environmental challenges. His new project, Current Revolution, to be released in March 2018, examines the potential economic and national security benefits that come from reforming the electric grid in ways that unite the utilities, automotive, and cybersecurity industries. Roger is an alumnus of the U.S. Army War College’s National Security Seminar, and a fellow with the Truman National Security Project, where he serves as a surrogate on their Operation Free campaign. He has served as a communications advisor to the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, as a delegate to the Electric Infrastructure Security Council, and he currently serves on the Climate and Security Working Group at the Center for Climate and Security. He received a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Arts in communication from Stanford University.

Membership: Fellow

Chapter: Boston

Expertise: Energy and Climate Security