Rachel Goslins

executive director, President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities

Rachel Goslins is a documentary director/producer and arts administrator. Her feature films include ‘Bama Girl, an award-winning documentary following a black woman running for Homecoming Queen at the University of Alabama, and Besa: The Promise, a film about Albanian Muslims who saved Jews during World War II. She has worked on productions for National Geographic, Discovery, PBS, A&E and the History Channel, as well as serving as the Programming Director for the Impact Film Festival, and as the Director of the Independent Digital Distribution Lab, a joint PBS/ITVS project focused on distributing independent films online. Prior to her film career, Goslins was an international copyright attorney in the office of Policy and International Affairs in the U.S. Copyright Office and for the law firm of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher.

Rachel Goslins is a documentary director/producer and arts administrator. Her feature films include ‘Bama Girl, an award-winning documentary following a black woman running for Homecoming Queen at the University of Alabama, and Besa: The Promise, a film about Albanian Muslims who saved Jews during World War II. She has worked on productions for National Geographic, Discovery, PBS, A&E and the History Channel, as well as serving as the Programming Director for the Impact Film Festival, and as the Director of the Independent Digital Distribution Lab, a joint PBS/ITVS project focused on distributing independent films online. Prior to her film career, Goslins was an international copyright attorney in the office of Policy and International Affairs in the U.S. Copyright Office and for the law firm of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher.