Cara Biasucci develops and produces Ethics Unwrapped for the McCombs School of Business. As a filmmaker, author, and educator, she has created content for television, museums, and K-12 schools. Cara spent more than a decade in Washington, D.C. where she wrote, produced, and directed films for clients such as Discovery Times, American Public Television, Johns Hopkins Medicine, New England Patriots, and the National Gallery of Art. Her documentary and narrative films have been broadcast on public television, screened in festivals around the world, and been supported by (among others) The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Engender Health, Women in Film, and The Liberace Foundation for the Creative and Performing Arts.
Cara is on the Governing Board of the National Ethics Project and part of the Center for Leadership and Ethics at McCombs. Currently, she is writing about teaching behavioral ethics for the forthcoming book series Teaching Ethics Across the American Educational Experience: Models for Design, Instruction and Assessment of Learning. Cara taught media production at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before coming to UT Austin. She received her M.F.A. in Film & Video Production from The University of Texas at Austin, and B.A. in philosophy magna cum laude from Bowdoin College.