Natasha Lance Rogoff

Natasha Lance Rogoff

Natasha Lance Rogoff is a bestselling author and an award-winning American television producer and filmmaker who has produced and directed news, documentaries and entertainment programs in the US and throughout the former USSR, including in Ukraine, Armenia and the Baltics for NBC, ABC and PBS. Lance Rogoff executive produced ULITSA SEZAM, the Russian adaptation of SESAME STREET, between 1993 and 1997. She also produced PLAZA SESAMO in Mexico which aired throughout Latin America and in the United States. In addition to her television work, Lance Rogoff has reported as a journalist on Soviet underground culture for major Western media outlets. She published an early expose of gay life behind the Iron Curtain in the San Francisco Chronicle in 1983. And in 1985, ABC’s 20/20 aired, “Rock Around the Kremlin,” a segment featuring Lance Rogoff and banned Soviet rock n’ roll artists who, ten years later, she recruited to compose original music for ULITSA SEZAM. Between 2011-2020, Lance Rogoff served as the CEO and founder of an ed-tech nonprofit that created KICKINNUTRITION.TV, a musical comedy cooking show. The on-going mission of the children’s television program is to foster nutrition learning and health equity in urban and rural low-income communities. Lance Rogoff is an associate fellow at Harvard University’s Art, Film, and Visual Studies department and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and New York City with her husband Ken Rogoff.
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