Jessica Devaney (they/she) is a Brooklyn-based producer and Founder & President of Multitude Films. Her latest films include Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power, presented by Participant (Peacock); Emmy-nominated Netflix Original Pray Away, executive produced by Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse; Oscar-shortlisted Call Center Blues (Topic Studios); and APART, a NAACP- and Emmy-nominated episode of the series Through Our Eyes (HBO Max). She also produced Sundance Award-winning Always in Season (Independent Lens), The Feeling of Being Watched (POV), dubbed “a real-world conspiracy thriller” by Variety, Critics' Choice Documentary Award-nominated Speed Sisters (Netflix), and Peabody-nominated Roll Red Roll (POV, Netflix), among others. Her films have been programmed at top festivals including Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, BlackStar, and Telluride. Jessica founded QueerDoc and was a Sundance Institute Documentary Edit and Story Lab fellow, Women at Sundance fellow, and Sundance Institute Creative Producing Lab advisor. She received DOC NYC and Topic Studios' inaugural 40 Under 40 Award, Cinereach Producers Award, and Doc10’s inaugural Vanguard Award.