Lacey Schwartz Delgado

Lacey Schwartz Delgado is an Emmy-nominated producer, writer, director, outreach strategist who draws on her interdisciplinary background to create compelling stories that span documentary and fiction and work with innovative organizations and brands. Schwartz Delgado is the co-founder of the production company Truth Aid, which produces inspiring and empowering multi-media content to affect social change. Little White Lie, her debut film, a story about uncovering secrets and coming to terms with your identity, has been distributed worldwide and is now available on iTunes and Amazon prime. She was also the executive producer of the narrative film Difret, which was the first film to win audience awards at both the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals. She also directed and produced the viral digital series The Loving Generation for Lacey also produced How it Feels To Be Free, which premiered on PBS’s American Masters and was nominated for an Emmy for best documentary film/series. In July 2021, she hosted, directed and produced BET’s Content for Change Black X Jewish, a 30-minute special that examines the connections between anti-semitism and racism and how Black and Jewish communities in America can come together to fight against hate. Schwartz Delgado has a BA from Georgetown University, a JD from Harvard University, and is a member of the New York State bar. A native of Woodstock, NY, she and her husband reside in Rhinebeck, NY with their twin boys. For more information on Lacey, please visit and