Ayesha Barenblat

Founder & CEO, Remake


Ayesha Barenblat is a social entrepreneur with a passion for building sustainable supply chains that respect people and our planet. With over a decade of leadership to promote social justice and sustainability within the fashion industry, she founded Remake to ignite a conscious consumer movement.

Johanna Björk

Designer & Visual Artist


Johanna Björk is a designer and visual artist born and raised in Sweden, and currently based in Ojai, California. She runs an award-winning boutique design studio that works with brands and nonprofits who make the world a better place through products and services rooted in innovation, sustainability and wellness.

Asha Dahya

Award-Winning Producer & Founder,


Asha Dahya is the founder of, and the author of ‘Today’s Wonder Women: Everyday Superheroes Who Are Changing The World’ (Dover Publishing, 2020). Her projects include her upcoming film, 'Someone You Know', developing an audio docu-series about the Green Wave Movement in Latin America, and hosting/producing a podcast series for

Cindy Gallop

The Michael Bay of Business


Cindy Gallop is the founder & CEO of MakeLoveNotPorn: ‘Pro-sex. Pro-porn. Pro-knowing the difference’. MakeLoveNotPorn is the world’s first user-generated, human-curated social sex video sharing platform: socializing sex to promote consent, communication, good sexual values and behavior, as sex education through real world demonstration.

Eden Pontz

Executive Producer & Digital Content Director, Center for Parent & Teen Communication


Eden Pontz is an award-winning journalist and media professional. She is currently Executive Producer for the Center for Parent and Teen Communication. She was EP of news-gathering at CNN’s New York Bureau for over a decade. She has reported, produced, and written, covering health, technology, entertainment, and other topics.


Elisa Camahort Page

Speaker, Consultant & Author


Best-known as the founding COO of BlogHer, Inc, Elisa is a serial start-up CxO, consultant, entrepreneurial coach, and the curator of both The Op-Ed Page podcast and the This Week-ish newsletter. Elisa is also co-author of Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All.

Claudia Camargo

Creative Director, Captura Group

Claudia Camargo

Originally from Bogotá, Colombia, Claudia has helped brands like Target, Dove, and now General Mills develop a deep understanding of emerging audiences in the US. Her work has lead to the creation of English/Spanish campaigns nationally recognized for their inclusivity and positive impact.

Sabrina K. Garba

Founder & CEO, Glass Ladder Group

Sabrina Garba

Sabrina is an award-winning speaker, executive advisor, and business psychologist. As the founder of Glass Ladder Group, she has contributed to almost 15 years of creating empowered environments, people, and social change.

Melody Godfred

Poet, Author & Speaker

Melody Godfred

Melody is the Self Love Philosopher. Both a poet and speaker, she is the author of bestselling Self Love Poetry, The ABCs of Self Love, and The Shift. Her work has been featured by O, The Oprah Magazine and Today with Hoda and Jenna for its ability to deeply resonate and uplift.

Jess Mack

Writer, Creator & Teacher

Jess Mack

A dynamic speaker, sought-after speechwriter, and social change strategist, Jess has held leadership roles in top philanthropies, UN agencies, and social justice organizations around the world. Her work is centered on contemplative practice, finding joy in embodiment, and deepening connection to the natural world. Jess is a registered yoga teacher, a certified mindfulness teacher and practitioner of Dharma. She holds a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School.

Savala Nolan

Essayist & Professor

Savala Nolan

Savala is the author of the critically acclaimed 'Don't Let It Get You Down: Essays on Race, Gender, and the Body' (Simon & Schuster). Her writing has been featured in Vogue, The New York Times Book Review, NPR, Time, Harper’s Magazine, and more. She holds a law degree from the University of California at Berkeley, where she directs the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice. Her second essay collection, 'Good Woman', is forthcoming from HarperCollins.

Julie Schenkelberg

Mixed-Media Artist

Julie Schenkelberg

Julie is an award-winning installation artist. She has held prestigious residencies, including The Bemis Center, Art Omi, and Projekstom Normanns, and shown at The Mattress Factory Museum, The Museum of Arts and Design, and UNTITLED Miami. Julie teaches at The Cleveland Institute of Art and The University of Akron, and sits on the board of The Sculpture Center. She is also a tarot reader.


Brady Hahn

Founder, The Noodle Collective & Co-curator, The Noodler

Brady Hahn

Brady is an award-winning consultant and co-author of The Women's Professional Conference Experience & Impact Study. She has advised on over 300 high-impact programs and 150 B2B partnerships, reaching millions of professionals globally. Brady has been featured in, Convene Magazine, and on stages like Create & Cultivate, and Social Media Week.

Rebecca McQuigg Rigal

Founder, & Co-curator, The Noodler

Rebecca Rigal

Rebecca is an expert in consumer insights/foresights, cultural strategy, and community cultivation. She has worked at leading agencies, on behalf of Fortune 500 companies, and independently as a consultant for AARP, Target, Samsung, Nestle, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Parent and Teen Communication. Rebecca has contributed to notable trend reports, C Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.

Contributing Editors

Special thanks to our issue editors, Rachel Warren and Carolyn Canetti.