Queen Muhammad Ali
(DIRECTOR / EDITOR/ PRODUCER)
Queen Muhammad Ali is a filmmaker, activist, television and film producer.
Before she began directing films Queen worked as an elementary grade teacher for a private school in Southern California. Her interest in education led her to filmmaking. She has produced for Univision Television Network, MTV, and VH1. Her work has also been featured in Ebony Magazine, Huffington Post, Washington Post, NY Times, Arizona Informant and Yahoo! News. A founding member of the nationally distributed magazine, Nation19, Queen published the magazine to educate youth on indigenous empowerment, archeological research, and social change.
Queen’s name is not by accident. Her Great Grandfather is Paramount Chief (King) Tuli Le’iato of American Samoa who’s letters to President Kennedy are on display at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.