CAMP NJ Eid Dinner

Date: Nov 19, 2011 18:30:00 to 23:00
Location: The Rosewood, 2863 Woodbridge Ave, Edison NJ 08837
Ticket Cost: $35 Early Bird, $40 General Admission, No Tickets at the Door
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CAMP NJ is pleased to announce our first annual Eid dinner! We are excited to hold our event at the Rosewood, a centrally located banquet hall that offers a delicious, halal cuisine in an elegant setting. In addition to networking among top professionals in the industry, our keynote speaker for the evening will be Jamiah Adams, producer of political, advocacy and documentary media for web, television and film. Her wealth of experience includes new media production for CBS Entertainment and video production for Barack Obama's presidential campaign. She also works to highlight the efforts of the American Muslim community with production projects such as Count Me In and My Fellow American.

Don't miss a night of good food, great company, and excellent discussion among peers--buy your ticket today!

Jamiah's full bio:

Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, Jamiah Aniece Adams produces educational, advocacy and documentary media for the web, television and film. Her consulting work goes hand in hand with a keen acumen for social and new media strategy as she advises organizations on how to augment their presence on the Internet through use of existing web tools; paid advertising and cloud computing. In 2006, Jamiah began producing new media for CBS Entertainment and from there transitioned to a director position with a web media advocacy foundation. Highlights of her work include two videos she produced for c4 organizations that supported the campaign of President Barack Obama and covering 6 states as a new media producer for the Service Employees International Union--supporting health care reform legislation. A recent DC transplant, Jamiah is most proud of the work she has produced for her community--Muslim Americans. The "Count Me In" PSA featured Muslims of Pakistani; Egyptian; American; Iranian and Iraqi origin, extolling the importance of US census participation within the Muslim American community. Jamiah produced constituency new media content for the Democratic National Committee—content that amplified the voice of diverse communities and promoted the benefits of the President’s policies for those communities. Her latest work for the Muslim American community is a video project she’s producing for My Fellow American and serving on the board of the new DC nonprofit, American Third Pillar Charity. Jamiah is a social media strategist for Altmuslimah.com—a blog that focuses on Muslim gender issues both domestically and abroad. She has used her expertise to empower and train diverse audiences--from Asian American political hopefuls to young Latino immigration activists as well as organizers from the NEA, MPAC and the New Organizing Institute. At the New Organizing Institute, she identified talent and helped to organize a diversity media training program. She presented on a panel in Leuven, Belgium, speaking about a pioneering media advocacy model new to the European audience. She uses her knowledge of production, coupled with executive experience in both the mainstream and new media to consult for advocacy, faith and policy organizations to improve the lives of working Americans and others who need their cause amplified.

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