Liv is our editor-in-chief. She's a 23-year-old curator and producer
Editor, writer, specialist radio producer and DJ, Antonia Odunlami is passionate about documenting and championing emerging artists bubbling from sub-cultures within her east London home and further afield, wide-ranging global sounds that drive the new wave of artists on the rise.
Charlie works as a freelance journalist and Weekend Editor for Dazed as well as helping to edit gal-dem. She's recently finished a Newspaper Journalism MA at City University via the Guardian and won the 2017 Georgina Henry Award for Innovation in Journalism on behalf of gal-dem.
Heather is an editor, teaching assistant and youth worker based in London. She loves creative writing, cartoons, her pet rabbit, and pretending to be vegan.
Leah is the Politics Editor at gal-dem. She works in the violence against women and girls (VAWG) sector, dreams of prison and border abolition, and is on a quest to find the perfect vegan mayo.
Niellah is an English & Creative Writing graduate and works within the arts. She's worked as a production assistant at the National Theatre and is a workshop facilitator. Her main focuses are literature and the arts. She loves cooking, drawing and binge watching TV.
Emma is a multi-disciplinary producer awarded the 2017 UK Apprentice Of The Year for her work with Bristol’s first female record label Saffron Records. Featured by the BBC, she’s the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the interactive storytelling magazine Nocturnal and juggles her BSc Fashion Management studies at UoM as a freelancer for Rising Arts Agency, Arnolfini, Plaster Creative Comms, Situations, and Watershed.
Kuba is a freelancer and journalist at The Pool. She recently graduated from City University with an MA in Newspaper Journalism.
Grace is a freelance journalist and content creator at The Guardian. She loves music, words and all her ideas start with a long-winded story that she will happily retell loudly.
Jinan is a recent graduate in Theology. She now works in the charity campaigning sector and is passionate about women's rights. Her feminist activism in her earlier years led her to being awarded the Christine Jackson Young Person Award at Liberty Human Rights.
Leyla's true love is illustration. She created our gal-dem logo and her work can be found all over the site.
Mariel is the assistant arts & culture editor at gal-dem. She splits her time between illustrating, embroidery, and spending too much time on instagram.
Micha is a writer, musician and Psychology and Sociology student, who talks a lot about social constructs and lives her life on the internet. As Editor in Chief of Blueprint, a magazine that focuses on mental health, she is passionate about BME representation and the way that it interacts with wellbeing.
Sami is a recent graduate working in the anti-trafficking/anti-slavery space but is planning to become a whale conservationist post-midlife crisis. You might be able to track her down creeping on twitter, but you probably won't.
Suyin Haynes is an Associate Editor at TIME magazine in Hong Kong. In her spare time she can be found watching RuPaul's Drag Race and editing for gal-dem.
Ifama is a recent Goldsmiths graduate and documentary enthusiast currently working in postproduction. An (almost) 6ft music video lover, gentrification hater and creator of gal-dem’s first video series ‘interlude’.
Co-founder of the 'I'm Tired' Project and gal-dem's social media coordinator. Paula spends her days watching Law & Order SVU, ranting on twitter and trying to figure out how to relocate to Wakanda.
Shanice is a recent journalism graduate and gal-dem's social media co-ordinator and Twitter goddess – now masquerading as an actual adult in a marketing role whilst trying to release her inner care free black girl.