Director & Producer

Nicole Boxer

Nicole Boxer is an Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker and political influencer. Boxer believes in the unique power of social impact media advocacy as a tool to create positive change in the world. That belief is the central focus behind Boxer’s media portfolio which spans multiple platforms, including TV, film, podcast, and magazine journalism.

Currently, Boxer is directing a new feature documentary film, BARBARA BOXER GIVES A DAMN, which chronicles the 40-year trailblazing political career of her mother, a former U.S. Senator (D-CA). Also, Boxer and her mom teamed up with TV veterans to create a dramatic television series for the FX network about a fiercely tenacious woman in politics entitled RUN. In addition, she currently co-hosts a weekly political podcast produced by PodcastOne, “Fight Back with Barbara Boxer”. The podcast features Nicole’s “HOT RACE OF THE WEEK” segment, her weekly interview with first-time Congressional candidates. During the 2018 election cycle, Marie Claire magazine will feature a weekly political column based on the “HOT RACE” segment and authored by Boxer.

Ms. Boxer was an Executive Producer of the Oscar-nominated documentary films THE INVISIBLE WAR and THE HUNTING GROUND, both investigations of rape and sexual assault in the military and on college campuses, respectively, which earned her a Peabody Award and two Emmys. Boxer’s 2014 directorial debut, HOW I GOT OVER, explores the transformative power of the arts to heal addiction and led to a nomination for the International Documentary Association’s Humanitus Award.

Ms. Boxer serves on the Board of Directors for She is the former sister-in-law of U.S. President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton. Boxer holds a B.F.A. in Film, Television and Radio from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and lives with her husband, two sons, and pet dog in Los Angeles, California.