Day Al-Mohamed is an author, filmmaker, and policy strategist with over 15 years of experience working on legislative and executive issues relating to disability. She just completed her tenure as the White House Director of Disability Policy responsible for all national issues relating to disability for the Biden-Harris Administration. Al-Mohamed directed the Civil War documentary, THE INVALID CORPS; and produced the documentary feature, UNSEEN, which will air on POV in March, 2024. Al-Mohamed is a founder of FWD-Doc (Documentary Filmmakers with Disabilities) and a regular host on Idobi Radio’s Geek Girl Riot with an audience of 100k+ listeners. She was an advisor for Sundance Institute’s Accessible Futures Intensive program in 2021 and was named a “2021 Documentary New Leader” by DOC NYC. She was one of the primary authors of the Netflix-supported Toolkit for Inclusion & Accessibility: Changing the Narrative of Disability in Documentary Film from FWD-Doc.