Michael Rosenfeld (Washington, DC) is an award-winning filmmaker and writer with extensive leadership experience in documentary production and digital media. In a career spanning network, cable, and public television, he has won or led teams that won hundreds of awards, including the Peabody and almost 40 News & Documentary Emmys.
In two decades at National Geographic, Rosenfeld executive produced both National Geographic Explorer and the National Geographic Specials. From 2006 to 2011, he served as President of National Geographic Television, where he oversaw hundreds of documentary films for National Geographic Channel, PBS, and broadcasters worldwide. From 2011 to 2015, Rosenfeld was Head of Television and Film for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, where he launched Tangled Bank Studios, a production company specializing in films on science. He currently heads Amber Road Media, a new production company, and chairs the board of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.