Camille Alick is a Lebanese American media /diversity consultant with extensive experience in entertainment and a particular focus on the creation of informed multicultural representations in media and programming for events.
From 2008 – 2013, Ms. Alick spearheaded the creation of the nonprofit, non- advocacy, informational service, Muslims on Screen and Television (MOST); building it from inception to its current status as a key touchstone and popular resource utilized by studios, writers and producers.
Camille Alick has sat on the Board of Directors for the Arab Film Festival and previously filled the role of the festival’s LA director. As former co-chair of the Women’s Initiative at the Pacific Council on International Policy, Camille helped create and produce relevant programming.
Ms. Alick currently serves on the board of Los Angeles / Beirut Sister Cities, Arab-American National Museum, L.A. Steering Committee and the Department of Homeland Securities, L.A. Roundtable.