Taveeshi Singh is a graduate student in the social science program and the department of women’s and gender studies at Syracuse University. Taveeshi’s early training was in psychology and photography. Drawing on these experiences, she has done research, policy advocacy and visual media work with nonprofit organizations dedicated to health, education, and food security concerns of marginalized rural and urban communities in India. Taveeshi's doctoral work focuses on intersections of gender, caste, and state. She is inspired by feminist genealogies, feminist pedagogies, and anticaste thought. Taveeshi is co-editor and production manager of the Feminist Freedom Warriors project.
Kim E. Powell is a graduate of Syracuse University's School of Visual and Performing Arts and has a Certificate of Advanced Studies from the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at SU. Kim provided creative and technical assistance to the FFW team from 2014-16.
Jingyi Wang has a MA in Television, Radio and Film from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Jingyi provided creative and technical assistance to the FFW team from 2016-2017.
Breanna Dickson has a BA in Sociology from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Breanna provided creative and technical assistance to the FFW team from 2016-2017.
Maria Norris is a Film Major and a Women and Gender Studies Minor at Syracuse University’s School of Visual and Performing Arts. Maria has provided creative and technical assistance to the FFW team since 2018.
Marlon Walcott has over twelve years of experience in developing and strategizing open-source online solutions. He has worked in a senior capacity for nonprofits, the government, private firms and public sector organizations. Marlon has provided creative and technical assistance to the FFW team since 2015.