Susana Tubert is the co-founder and executive director of the Latino International Theater Festival of New York (LITF/NY) and executive producer of its annual TeatroStageFest. She presents groundbreaking productions from New York, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain in multiple locations around New York City. Tubert has extensive directing credits in New York and at major regional theaters in the United States. She has received recognition for her work with LITF/NY, including New York State Governor Paterson's 2011 Bobby Capó Lifetime Achievement Award, the Entre Nosotras Award by the NYS Assembly Puerto Rican Hispanic Task Force, and the Hispanic Organization of Latino Actors-HOLA Award for her efforts "in developing a global community of Latino theater artists." She has been a visiting professor at Dartmouth College, NYU, and at Tony Morrison's Atelier at Princeton University. She served as a Center theater panelist in 2009 and 2010.