Annabel (she/her) is a community sexual and reproductive health doctor and founder of decolonising contraception. She is also a freelance writer with a regular column on gal-dem.com - Decolonising Healthcare. She is also a trustee for Medact charity and sits on the International Affairs Committee for the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Health (as their Trainee Representative).
Edem (she/her) is a political activist and commentator whose work ranges from feminism, anti-racism, anti-cuts and sexual health. She has a decade of experience working in sexual and reproductive health. Edem is the co-founder of Menses Cup, a social enterprise in Ghana bringing sustainable and money saving menstrual cups to menstruators.
Gayathiri (they/she) (@unembarrassable) is one of our spokespeople and facilitators. As a storyteller and sex and relationships educator, Gayathiri queers-up spaces through making visible the stories of gender non-conforming people of colour who have been silenced and erased throughout history. They also work with the School of Sexuality Education and are the founder of Inclusive Tamil Arts, a community space for people of all sexualities and genders, to create and celebrate inclusive Tamil arts and culture.
Naz (she/her) is the project manager of The Sex Agenda, our multi-media sexual health education project. She is a health communicator with an MSc in Health Psychology and a background in female sexual function and wellbeing research. Outside of work, Naz is a musician and singer in a band sharing social commentary on issues including queerphobia, gendered violence and racism. She is also the founder and editor of WEIRDO zine, which explores the experiences and perspectives of South Asian people on the alternative and punk scene.