Tresha Mabile is a journalist and independent documentary filmmaker who specializes in reporting from conflict zones. Her work has aired on National Geographic, Discovery, CNN, A&E and the History Channel.
In the past decade she has traveled to the frontlines of Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan to produce three films on Iraq and two documentaries on America’s war in Afghanistan.
Her interest in military affairs pre-dates 9/11, having produced a two-hour History Channel film on submarine espionage during the Cold War and worked on another documentary about U-boats.
Tresha is also the producer/director of a PBS science pilot, The 22nd Century, and National Geographic’s Inside Hurricane Katrina, a two-hour investigation of the government’s botched response to the disaster. In addition, she has produced more than a dozen other investigative and crime documentaries for A&E’s American Justice, Investigative Reports and Biography series.
Prior to working as a documentary filmmaker, Tresha was a local television reporter and newspaper correspondent in Louisiana. She graduated from American University with a M.A. in journalism and public policy. Tresha also holds an Honorary PhD, Doctorate of Letters, from Nicholls State University, in Lousiana.
Tresha is based in Washington D.C. and is married to the print and television journalist Peter Bergen.
Email Tresha at: TreshaMabile@mac.com
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