An Emmy award winning producer/director, Gargiulo is a media switch hitter – as likely to direct a drama as a documentary. Her one-hour television pilot, "The Collectors", was named Best Drama at LA's ITVFest. "Garments for One Another", a documentary on Islam and domestic violence, took her into Muslim homes and mosques. Other credits:
"The Year of My Japanese Cousin", a post-punk comedy
"Got 2 Come Up", a drama dealing with gang violence
"The Meaning of Food", a PBS mini-series on America's multi-ethnic cuisine
"America's Most Wanted", a prime time staple
Her producing has taken her to Japan, Korea, China, Sweden and India. An MFA graduate of Stanford University and the American Film Institute, Gargiulo was the first recipient of the Nichol Screenwriting Fellowship.