Mary Haverstick is a director, writer and cinematographer who founded a Pennsylvania production company and has been directing independent films and commercials for over 30 years. After starting out as on-air television host at her local NBC-affiliate, Haverstick left the anchor chair to develop her skillset behind the camera. In an era when few women did so, Haverstick went on to write and direct four feature length films and is currently producing her fifth. Her most notable work as writer and director was for "Home," which starred Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden and Broadway legend, Marian Seldes. Haverstick followed up "Home" with "The Last Horsemen of New York," a documentary about the tumultuous battle over Central Park’s horse carriages, featuring Liam Neeson. Haverstick's decade of research for her book, "A Woman I Know," began when she pulled the plug on a biopic film on Jerrie Cobb upon discovering Jerrie was hiding secrets, including an identity overlap with CIA spy June Cobb and information about the Kennedy assassination. Haverstick is currently chronicling the turbulent political landscape in her home state, Pennsylvania, for her upcoming documentary feature, "Tipping Point, PA."