Claudia Alick (she/her) is a performer, producer, designer, writer, and inclusion expert. She serves as co-president of the board of NET and on the HowlRound advisory council, and she co-produces Unsettling Dramaturgy (crip and Indigenous international digital colloquium). She is founding producer of the transmedia social justice company Calling Up Justice, whose projects include Producing in Pandemic, the Every 28 Hours Plays, We Charge Genocide TV, Justice Producers, co–artistic direction of the BUILD Convening, directing Electra with Access Classics, digital design of the Festival of Masks, partnering with Trek Table in addition to building and facilitating the Mosaic Network (an alternative to Facebook for BIPOC theatres and funders), as well as consulting and advising funders and companies around the country. Public speaking highlights include the conversation “Disability + Pleasure Activism,” an interview with AI for the People Black in 2042, and being on the panel for Claiming Space: A Symposium on Black Futures, part of the Smithsonian Afrofuturism Series. She produces performances of justice onstage, online, and in real life.