CSI Foundation Board member Dolores Morris is one of 31 women who are featured in the docu-series NYC Women: Make it Here, Make it Happen.

According to a press release, the series, which is presented by NYC Commission on Women’s Issues and NYC Media in honor of Women’s History Month, focuses on the stories of women “who are changing the face of New York City.” A new episode of the series will be available every day throughout the month of March.

Ms. Morris is the former Vice President, HBO Family Channel: Development, Production, Acquisition. Her responsibilities included the development of original programming, programming acquisitions, marketing, and interstitials for the network’s family-oriented multiplex channel. Prior to position at HBO Family, Ms. Morris was Vice President, Program Development at the Children’s Television Workshop. In addition she has served in a variety of high-profile roles in the entertainment industry. Ms. Morris was also a teacher at Presidio Hill School in San Francisco, where she developed contemporary history and music curricula still in use, and Port Richmond High School on Staten Island, where she implemented alternative learning programs for dysfunctional students. In addition, she is the recipient of 25 Emmy, four ACT, and ten Christopher awards.

View other episodes of NYC Women: Make it Here, Make it Happen.