Adriana Bosch, was Series Producer of Latino Americans, a six part Peabody Award wining series on the history of Latinos in the United States a co-production by Bosch and Company and WETA in Washington D.C which aired on PBS in the fall of 2013.
She was for twenty years a producer, writer, and director at WGBH. Her credits include Senior Producer Latin Music USA for WGBH; a film on Cuban doctor Carlos Finlay, The Great Fever; a critically acclaimed two-hour special Fidel Castro aired in January 2005 on PBS's American Experience; Jimmy Carter, a three-hour documentary biography also for American Experience; along with producing several presidential biographies including, Ulysses S. Grant. Bosch was series editor and producer/writer for American Experience's presidential biographies Reagan (1998) and Ike (1993). She has many awards, including a Hugo Award, a Christopher Award, a Peabody Award, an Erik Barnouw Award and an Emmy Award. She was also was nominated to the Writer's Guild Award 3 times.
Bosch's new film on William Morgan, an American boy who went to Cuba to fight in the revolution in 1958 is airing on American Experience on November 17th, 2015. The piece combines her film on Fidel Castro which aired in 2015 and her upcoming film on a Cuban writer named José Lezama Lima rounds up a good theme for Cuba in addition to the Latino American theme.
Bosch, who was born in Cuba, holds a PhD in International Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.