| Anita Camba|
| Anita Alcantara Ramos|
April 13, 1979 (age 36) (1979-04-13) Casile, Nueva Ecija Philippines
Executive producer, Director, writer, reporter
Allan Torres Camba (m. 2012)
Anita Ramos Camba Wikipedia
Anita Ramos-Camba (born April 13, 1979) is a Filipina film and television reporter, director, and producer. She has produced several TV shows for Net 25 such as Tribe and the award winning Filipino celebrity talk show Moments.
Anita Alcantara Ramos was born on April 13, 1979 in Casile, Nueva Ecija, Philippines to Ceferino Nilo Ramos and Celedonia Garcia Alcantara. She is second to the youngest amongst her 9 siblings. She attended Casile Elementary School in Llanera, Nueva Ecija and later continued her schooling at San Ricardo National High School in Talavera, Nueva Ecija. She earned her degree in Mass Communication at the New Era University in the Philippines in 1998. In 2012, Ramos married Allan Camba.
In 2006, Camba was part of the core group that created the cultural program Tribe. For more than 2 years, she has produced documentaries featuring the Filipino people, their lifestyle and values. She was also involved in promoting and marketing Moments, inking deals with trusted brands as program's partners like SM Supermalls, Abbot, Baby Company, Smart Parenting Magazine, Hunter Douglas, Ainon and others.
She is a regular Philippine delegate to various workshops and seminars conducted by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. In December 2010, she was amongst the 13 broadcasters from seven countries in Southeast Asia to be organized by the ABU for UNESCO in Port Dickson, Malaysia, to raise awareness among journalists and the general public on the importance of local and indigenous knowledge in disaster risk reduction, in particular traditional early warning systems.
The highlight of her career in TV started in 2007, when she produced the multi-awarded family show Moments (Talk Show) from Net 25, hosted by Miss Gladys Reyes-Sommereux, a well-known name in the Philippine Entertainment Industry.
As the Executive Producer from 2007–2012, MOMents earned significant awards and recognitions from the Southeast Asian Foundation for Children and Television (SEAFCTV), the Philippine Movie and Press Club(PMPC), Department of Education (Philippines) (DepEd), and the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).
Among the notable personalities who guested on MOMents were Miss Lea Salonga, Madame Imelda Marcos, Miss Nora Aunor, Gov. Vilma Santos, Miss Sharon Cuneta, Miss Kris Aquino, Miss Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, Miss Lorna Tolentino, Miss Maricel Soriano, Miss Dawn Zulueta, Miss Ai-Ai de las Alas, Miss Helen Gamboa-Sotto, Mother Lily Monteverde, Mr. Vic Sotto, Mr. Martin Nievera and Robin Padilla.2007–2012 MOMents (Net 25), Executive Producer
2006–2008 Tribe (Net 25), Executive Producer
2005–2007 INC Church News (INCTV DZCE-TV), reporter
2004–2007 Newsbeat (Net 25), Field Reporter/Editor
2003–2005 INC Chronicles (INCTV DZCE-TV). Segment Producer
2002–2003 Christian Music Video (INCTV DZCE-TV), director