Nancy Prager (Kamel) is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Association of Foreign Correspondents and Foreign Press Club She is an active painter with a focus on human rights issues and has had one-man exhibitions throughout the US, Europe, and the Middle East.
She served as a US National Commissioner for UNESCO, Vital Voices Global Partnership Board of Directors, and its Main UN Representative. Recently she organized and led a series of UN Panels sponsored by Governments and Agencies on strategic human rights and development issues. Mrs Prager-Kamel was BOD UNICEF-USA and Co-director of the United Nations’ “World’s Children’s Day”; she began the first program for disabled children at the Metropolitan Museum.
- A founding member of the Black Emergency Cultural Coalition, bringing Arts to the men in the New York prison system.
- New York foundling home-Art as a voice for abused children. - Created and produced “ Art for Children Survival“-Sothebys auction for UNICEF fundraiser.
- American Ballet Theater2-art program for student dancers. - Co Created Metropolitan Museum of Art -Program for the disabled children.
Mrs. Kamel has been awarded “la Grande Prix Humanitaire de France” from the French Government.