Sandra Guzmán is an Emmy-award winning journalist and documentarian whose work explores America at the intersection of culture, gender, race, sexuality, spirituality and ethnicity. Sandra was the last journalist to interview Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison for the acclaimed American Masters film, “Toni Morrison: The Pieces I am.”
Sandra’s work in documentaries exploring American identity–The Women’s List, The Latino List, and The Boomer List– have aired on Netflix, HBO, and PBS, for the American Masters portfolio. She was Associate Editor at the New York Post where she created and edited a dozen feature sections focusing on New York’s religious, racial, and ethnic communities.
Sandra is the former editor of Latina magazine and author of The New Latina’s Bible, a non-fiction book examining critical issues of contemporary Latinx women.
She is a frequent contributor to NBC News and writes thought pieces for CNN and other platforms.