Adebisi Adewusi is a writer and photographer


Nebila Abdulmelik is a pan-African and feminist storyteller who uses the creative arts to speak her peace and archive stories of daily existence for coming generations. Born and bred in Addis Ababa, she has since criss-crossed the earth but found her way home again. She is a photographer, poet, writer and editor.

Aluel Atem

Aluel Atem is a Feminist, Development Economist and Women’s Rights Activist from South Sudan. She is also an international trainer/facilitator for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and Conflict Transformation Programmes.

Bethlehem N. Woldeyohannes

Bethlehem N. Woldeyohannes is a Feminist Writer, a Newspaper Columnist and Media and Communications Consultant based in Addis Ababa.


Catherine Nyambura

Catherine Nyambura is an African feminist passionate about amplifying African women and girls daily lives realities. She is an SRHR expert with vast experience in women’s rights, community mobilization, digital media engagement and young feminist organizing.

Edda Zekarias

Edda is a feminist writer and communications specialist in areas of youth, peace and security.

Esnala Banda

Esnala Banda is a Zambian poet, writer, blogger and afro-creative passionate about women and sharing their stories. She also has experience in marketing and photography and is currently a freelance writer for Nkwazi Magazine, African Feminism, and Zambia Travel Magazine.

Nafula Wafula

Nafula Wafula is a fierce advocate for gender equality and human rights, passionate about Pan-Africanism and social justice. She is currently the Vice Chair for Policy and Advocacy at the Commonwealth Youth Council.


Judicaelle Irakoze is a Burundian radical feminist. She is a storyteller, passionate with articulating the experiences of African women.

Makafui Ahorney

Makafui Ahorney is a young feminist with a passion for speaking on uncomfortable but necessary topics. She is creative director for The Nameless Campaign.

Mehret Berehe

Mehret is a law graduate with interest in advancing women's rights in Ethiopia. She is a mentor with the Yellow Movement and currently living and working in Meqelle, Tigrai, Ethiopia

Mwanahamisi Singano

Mwanahamisi Salimu Singano is seasoned development expert with extensive experience in the socio-economic programming, policy advocacy and development campaigns

Josephine Agbeko

Josephine Agbeko is a professional in climate justice and sustainable agriculture, sustainable business and gender development. She has deep interests in telling the stories of women and is particularly the wonder stories of women who have shattered glass ceilings and continue to do so. She is passionate about development in Africa and the power African women wield. She blogs at

Nancy Houston Ouya

Nancy Houston Ouya is a young Kenyan lawyer, radical intersectional feminist and activist. She is the co founder of FEMINISTS IN KENYA. She is passionate about injecting feminist perspectives and values in life and is working to spread feminism nationally through writing and organising.

Nyaguthi Kioi

Human Rights Activist majoring in Sexual & Gender based Violence. Lawyer. Queer Feminist.

Olive Uwamariya

Olive is a feminist and PanAfrikanist with over 10 years of experience in policy and advocacy work for women’s rights in the Great Lakes region. She works and lives in Kigali, Rwanda. You can connect with her on Twitter where she regularly talks about dismantling patriarchy.

Twasiima Tricia

Tricia is a radical feminist from Uganda with a deep love for red wine. She is a lawyer, writer, and when she can find the time, a lover of life. She hopes to use her writing as an expression of anger and outrage at civil and social injustices she observes throughout her life especially against black womyn. Tricia is interested in using her writing to inform, teach and perhaps even help spark the much needed revolution. She tweets at @triciatwasiima

Riya Williams Yudaya

Riya Williams Yuyada is a South Sudanese feminist with a passion for women’s human rights and peace. She is vocal on the experiences of South Sudan women and girls and other African women in conflict affected contexts. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Crown The Woman South Sudan


Rosebell is a writer, digital communication strategist, public speaker and award-winning blogger. Her experience spans journalism, new media, rights in crisis, migration, women's rights, peace and security issues- mostly in Africa. In the past she has worked with various Ugandan media and as stringer for various international media outlets. She was recently a Social Media Manager for the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The World Economic Forum also recognized her among Young Global Leaders under 40 for 2013. She blogs at Rosebell's Blog which won the Waxal - Blogging Africa Awards, the first African journalist blogging awards hosted by Panos Institute of West Africa in 2009.

Rosebell Kagumire

Rosebell Kagumire is a trained journalist, award-winning blogger, pan-African feminist and socio-political commentator. She has expertise in media, human rights, gender, peace and conflict issues, feminist liberation movements. She received the Anna Guèye 2018 award for digital democracy, justice and equality by Africtivistes. She is the co-editor of a book: Challenging Patriarchy: The Role of Patriarchy in the Roll-Back of Democracy. Rosebell has expertise in human rights, gender, peace and conflict issues. Her writing appears in international media like The Guardian, Al Jazeera and Quartz. Rosebell was recently recognized by Avance Media as one of the100 Most Influential Women in Africa for 2021 edition.

Sarai Chisala

arai Chisala-Tempelhoff is a human rights lawyer and legal researcher. She’s the former president of the Women Lawyers Association of Malawi and Founder of a women’s legal empowerment initiative: The Gender and Justice Unit. Her research focus is on women and access to justice, and the particular intersections between the letter of the law and women’s lived realities.

Sewit Haileselassie

Sewit Haileselassie is a bold feminist with a background of economics, communication and gender studies. She’s a serial reader, critical thinker and analytical conversationalist.

Funmi Balogun

Funmi Balogun is a Nigerian feminist writer.