Keren Toledano graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard with a degree in English and American Literature & Language. She then went on to work as a literary agent, Hollywood story analyst and freelance writer. After receiving her MA from NYU in Arts & Humanities Education, she worked as a film festival fundraiser and coordinator, and built an online film archive. In addition to her work as a writing associate at Cooper Union, and an educator at The Tenement Museum, she continues to pursue creative writing projects in diverse genres. The winner of the 2011 Harvardwood Writing Competition in the short play category, she has completed a novel of historical fiction, a work of contemporary women's fiction, three screenplays and two stageplays. She is deeply invested in creating an interdisciplinary community of artists through her work with The Pacific Beat Collective, a consortium of creative minds.