Who we are

 

Hanna Dobroszycki (Class of ’19, Co-president) is particularly interested in women’s sexual and reproductive health, girls education in relation to poverty, body shame, and gender inequity in the work place.

Isabel Rudner (Class of ’18, Co-president) is particularly interested in the history of feminism, specifically the 2nd wave Women’s Liberation movement.

Maya Bashner (Class of ’19, Vice president) is particularly interested in women’s health on a greater scale than just sex (for example how drugs are tested), sex trafficking, and gender in varying religions and cultures.

Eliya Ahmad (Class of ’19, Social Media Coordinator) is particularly interested in the role of celebrities and the media in feminism, and how feminism varies in different cultures and locations.

Julia Sikowitz Lee (Class of ’20, Events Coordinator) is particularly interested in women’s access to healthcare, gender inequality in the workplace and in education, and the current movement of intersectional feminism.

STAGE alumni 

Julie Seager (Class of ’17, Event planner) is particularly interested in the way women come to be ashamed of their bodies, intellect, and personality.

Lily Gordon (Class of ’17, blog and minutes) is particularly interested in sex trafficking, homeless women’s rights, child marriage, hate crimes and honor killings, and the representation of different genders/sexual orientations in politics.

Margaret Linhart (Class of ’17, Co-president) is particularly interested in gender in schools/girls’ education and evaluating the current feminist movement.

Miranda Leong-Hussey (Class of ’17, Co-president) is particularly interested in education for girls and gender in law & politics.

Emma Morgan-Bennet (Class of ’16, Co-president) is particularly interested in reproductive rights and laws, as well as black feminism.

Ariadne Speliotis (Class of ’16, Co-president) is particularly interested in gender portrayal in music and the media, body shaming, gender in literature, and women in other cultures- especially the black community.

Priya Dieterich (Class of ’14, club founder) is particularly interested in women’s healthcare and birthcare practices, the portrayal of girls and women in media, and gender in education.

Isabel Cristo (Class of ’14, club founder) is particularly interested in reproductive rights, maternal healthcare, and the advent of education for girls on a global scale.

Simone Messer (Class of ’15, club president) is particularly interested in gender portrayal in the media.

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