Bonnie Silva is a multiple award winning writer and producer. Her work has aired on PBS, Discovery, Animal Planet, Fox, and international outlets. Bonnie’s CINE Golden Eagle award winning PBS documentary Fifteen Legs tells the story of perfect strangers who meet up in parking lots to transport last-chance animals to safety. Her companion book Fifteen Legs: When all that stands between death and freedom is a ride (Riverbank Press) continues to be sold.
Prior to writing and producing independently, Bonnie was hired as Program Developer for Boston’s WABU-TV. During her five year tenure with the network, she served as Producer on two live-action preschool television series (twenty six episodes), wrote a National Science Foundation and other grant proposals, and developed programming targeting tweens. Her writing and producing garnered many awards for the station including a National Emmy Award.
Bonnie graduated from Emerson College as a member of Emerson’s Gold Key Society. She later earned a graduate certificate in management with honors from Tufts University. She\’s currently writing/producing a radio drama based on the life of an irresistible young social reformer.