Angelica Das is a strategist, researcher, writer, educator and producer with over a decade of experience in non-profit communication and management. She was previously associate director at the Center for Media & Social Impact, overseeing research and programming on empowering media that matters.
Angelica is an active contributor to field-building in documentary and media. Recent research includes engaged journalism, social impact media, podcasting and investigative documentary. She was an editor for the Doc Society Impact Field Guide, an impact producer for City of Trees (2015), and co-producer for Roaming Wild (2014).
In addition to serving as Producer for DX Access, Angelica is a freelance consultant with Dot Connector Studio serving clients such as the Democracy Fund, Sundance Institute, Knight Foundation and more. She regularly serves in a leadership role on juries, panels and committees including AFI DOCS, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Filmfest DC, IDA and the Peabody Awards. She is an active member of the Advisory Board for the production company Meridian Hill Pictures and Steering Committee Member with the Indie Caucus.
Angelica received a master’s degree in International Media from American University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rochester.