Amy B. Tiong is a graduate of NYU Tisch. Inspired by her immigrant parents, she tenaciously pursued her education, becoming a Gates Millennium Scholar and Tisch Dean's Scholar. Take Care Zora, the most recent piece she co-directed as the Finish the Script Competition winner, was made in partnership with Dolby and Ghetto Film School. She was selected for Bustle's New Filmmaker series. Her Bustle piece BitterSweet received press from NBC News and Elite Daily. PictureStart commissioned Amy's most recent documentary, highlighting the MMIW (Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women) movement. Her current feature script, When You're Ready To Go, is in the top 3% of scripts on Coverfly and is an immigration horror story. She believes in showing solidarity on-screen and using film as a medium of generational healing. She currently coordinates for Vice in their News and Branded departments while co-leading the POC Group. Her mission in film is to inspire equality and empathy. Outside of film, she enjoys boxing, reading, dancing, baking, writing poetry, and giving back to her community.