Monica Haim

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Writer, Director & Producer Monica Haim has collaborated with personalities such as Ricky Martin, Jorge & Laura Posada, Thalia, Nina Garcia and David Archuleta, with whom she wrote a New York Times best seller. Monica is currently a content lead at Salud Movil, a bilingual health and wellness platform. Prior to that she was editor-in-chief at Becomingselfmade.com, Nely Galán’s digital platform that advocates entrepreneurship for multicultural women. She was previously content director for Mamiverse.com, a web portal directed at Latina women.
 
As a professional ghostwriter, Monica has been published by HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin and Chronicle Books. In 2001 Monica was also published in an anthology, 9/11 8:48am: Documenting America’s Worst Tragedy (Blue Ear Press, 2001), and her essay was adapted for the London theatrical premiere, Voices from September 11th, which ran at the Old Vic on September 11th, 2002.

Monica was also a four-time producer of Mystery Diagnosis, an award-winning medical documentary series on Discovery Health. She was a writer and field producer for Edible Adventures, a Travel Channel pilot about organic food and sustainable agriculture in Costa Rica. 

Monica is the writer, producer, and director of the independent documentary, Awake Zion, a reggae film that explores the little-known relationship between Rastafari and Judaism, which is currently available on iTunes, Google Play, Vudu and Amazon Prime, in countries including USA, UK, Africa, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France.

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