Lesli Linka Glatter is an American film and television director, best known for her work on the drama series Homeland. Glatter was trained as a dancer, and was first introduced to filmmaking by choreographing music videos. Her debut short Tales of Meeting and Parting (1984) was nominated for an Academy Award. Since, Glatter has been nominated for four Primetime Emmy’s in “Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series”, for her work on Mad Men and Homeland. Additionally, Glatter is an outspoken advocate for female representation in hollywood, serving on the advisory council for NBC’s Female Forward, which given ten women directors the opportunity to shadow a director on one of NBC’s scripted television shows.