Carolyn Malachi is a producer, mix engineer, Grammy-nominated artist, and educator who teaches audio production and engineering courses at Howard University. She graduated with a Master of Arts in Audio Technology from here and works predominantly in post-production sound for music and film. She also volunteers at Shepherd University where she received an honorary doctorate degree. Professor Malachi is the recipient of numerous grants including the Fulbright-Hays grant for her work in Barbados, St. Lucia, and Grenada. Her research in data sonification culminated in Call & Response™ , a patent-pending system which converts interactive data into an immersive sound experience for digital content creators and consumers. Funded in part by the Howard University Center for Women and Gender Global Leadership, her Counter Narratives research (May '23), explores the pandemic lived experiences of women who are producers and engineers in various media industries. She serves on the Board of Directors for the MusicianShip as well as the co-chair of the Producer & Engineer committee of the Washington, DC chapter of the Recording Academy.