Harriet Ells is an Associate Director at the National Football League (NFL).  In the past she has worked for multiple national broadcast networks including NBC and Fox. Harriet has been awarded seven Emmys during her 20 year career in media production. Most recently, she traveled to Rio to cover the 2016 Summer Olympics, the seventh Olympics of her career.  For several years, she served as Program Director at KCRW, an NPR member station based in Los Angeles where she oversaw arts and culture programming.  Harriet was also the director of online video at Lifetime Networks and at NBCSports.com.  She graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College.  She has an MBA from Pepperdine University and an MA in media studies from The New School.  A Brooklyn, NY native, Harriet currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.