Cara Biasucci is a filmmaker, author, and educator. She is Creator and Director of Ethics Unwrapped, and Director of Ethics Education at the Center for Leadership and Ethics at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.
Ms. Biasucci was a freelance filmmaker for more than a decade in Washington, D.C., where she wrote, produced, and directed films for television, museums, and K-12 schools. Her clients included Discovery Times, American Public Television, Johns Hopkins Medicine, New England Patriots, and the National Gallery of Art. Her films were broadcast on public television, won awards in festivals around the world, and have been supported by (among others) The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Women in Film, Engender Health, and The Liberace Foundation for the Creative and Performing Arts.
Currently, Ms. Biasucci is Co-Chief Project Officer for the National Ethics Project and Multimedia Lead for the Scientific Citizenship Initiative at Harvard University. Her latest book, Behavioral Ethics in Practice: Why We Sometimes Make the Wrong Decisions, is co-authored with Robert Prentice. Recently, she wrote a chapter on teaching behavioral ethics for the latest edition of Teaching Ethics across the American Educational Experience – Instructional Models, Methods and Modalities for University Studies.
Before joining McCombs School of Business, Ms. Biasucci taught media production at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her M.F.A. in Film & Video Production from The University of Texas at Austin, and her B.A. in philosophy magna cum laude from Bowdoin College.