Writer/Producer/Director/Professor in the Pan African Studies Department at California State University, Los Angeles. Aminah is from South Central LA. She holds a B.A. from USC in Cinema TV and an M.F.A. in Directing from UCLA’s Film & TV Department. Aminah participated in IFP/FIND’s Project Involve and IFP/FIND'S Screenwriter’s Lab. Her short, PERSONAL TOUCH, which deals with her mother’s death from breast cancer, won the Liddel Art Award from the Ann Arbor Film Festival and screened on PBS. She also wrote and directed DORSEY, a Multi-Camera TV Pilot about colorism in the Black Community, which got Aminah a Directing Internship at THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS and she was featured on ET. Next, Aminah won the Visionary Award at the Pan African Film Festival for BILALIAN, a feature length documentary about African-American Muslims in America and in Africa, and received glowing reviews in several publications including “Variety” and was broadcast on BET.