Lamya is a writer and artist from Bangladesh. Her research tends to the lives of working-class Bangladeshi women in Dhaka and London, using decolonial and feminist modes of knowledge production. Lamya is currently a volunteer at Hopscotch Asian Women's Centre.
Kimberly is a writer, researcher and currently Senior Policy and Research Officer at Child Poverty Action Group. She is the love and dating columnist at gal-dem, and has written about race, sex and relationships for a range of publications including the Guardian and the Metro, and has discussed her work on Sky News and BBC News.
Sujitha has 11 years’ experience advocating for improvements in sexual, reproductive and maternal health. Sujitha is an Obstetrics and Gynaecology doctor. She's worked with international organisations such as the World Health Organisation, Women Deliver, The Lancet as well as founding own organisations: TEDxUCLWomen and Race & Health.
Dr Claire Horn (recently completed her PhD in Law at Birkbeck, University of London, where she was a Wellcome researcher from January–July 2020. She has written for a variety of academic and nonfiction publications, including the Journal of Medical Ethics, Catalyst, Aeon, and Lady Science.
Isma Benboulerbah is passionate feminist activist. Her expertise covers working on programs and advocacy messaging focused on improving young people’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, fighting sexual and gender-based violence, traditional harmful practices, particularly FGM and the taboo of virginity and sexuality. lsma is Director of YouAct –The European Youth Network on Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Programmes Officer at End FGM European Network.
Felicia is a proud advocate for health equity, and self-proclaimed governance geek. She is currently training as a Sexual and Reproductive Health doctor in Leicester. Her passion for improving SRH is grounded in the principle of health as a human right and an intersectional approach to health equity, developed through years of working with Students for Global Health (formerly Medsin-UK). She also works with Doctors for Choice UK on abortion access, and with Medact on access to healthcare for the most vulnerable.