Executive Producer/ Business Development
Gex, FRANCE, New York, U.S.A
Amelia is a two-time Primetime Emmy-nominated Supervising Producer and a Genesis Award-winning producer-director. Over two decades, Amelia has developed, pitched, produced, and directed award-winning content for Discovery, National Geographic, Animal Planet, History Channel, FremantleMedia, Smithsonian Channel, A&E, and The Oprah Winfrey Network, in New York, Singapore, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka.
She worked as the VP of Development for Pangolin Pictures for over seven years in New York. In 2013, Amelia founded Tell2C Productions in New York, with the desire to continue to utilize her storytelling skills for good. Since then, she has collaborated with FilmAid and the talented filmmakers of Kakuma Refugee Camp and is now proudly a FilmAid Board Member.
She has worked with UNICEF, ActionAid, and The Gates Foundation to create compelling advocacy films on women's empowerment all over Africa. In South Sudan, she produced and distributed multimedia content for the United Nations, which featured in Vanity Fair, Discovery, and Global Citizens' social media platforms.
She was a judge for the Reel Impact and IOM Global Migration Film Festival which was in 106 Countries with over 500 screenings, a judge for the 41st News and Doc Emmys, a senior consultant for WHO, for their first-ever film festival on "Health For All" and is an active member of the Television Academy.
An Executive Producer for a 1-hour Smithsonian Channel special celebrating Indian culture in the US, earlier this year, Amelia was a producer for a Discovery special on COVID-19, and is currently loving working as a Producer at VICE. Amelia is proud to be a Brown Girl Doc Mafia member.
Daughters Nyah and Zaeya, her two best productions, are the reason why she decided to take Tell2C to the next level, as an all-female global crew of fiercely talented storytellers for change.