Anushia is a journalist and an avid consumer of media of the science fiction and fantasy genre. She believes that all people should have equal rights and representation under the law and be treated as equals in every aspect of life and community.
She is part of the editorial team for The Pixel Project’s Survivor Stories campaign and 30 For 30 Father’s Day campaign. She also writes for the 16 For 16 campaign. She is also a senior Read For Pixels moderator and has previously moderated Read For Pixels Google Hangout sessions featuring Adrian Tchaikovsky, Alyson Noel, Alexandra Sokoloff, Brandon Sanderson, Kate Elliott, Leigh Bardugo, Steven Erikson, and Tamora Pierce.
Editor (On sabbatical)
Richmond, Virginia, United States of America
Carol started her work in the anti-violence movement as a therapist helping survivors heal from sexual assault and domestic violence. She now engages with several organizations in her work to end violence against women and girls. In addition to being the Secretary and CFO of The Pixel Project, she is also the editor of The Pixel Project’s long-running Inspirational Interviews series featuring monthly long-form interviews with the most innovative and significant anti-Violence Against Women activists and organisations in the world.
Lead Editor and Writer
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Regina Yau is the Founder and President of The Pixel Project which she created in 2009 to raise funds, awareness and volunteer power for the cause to end violence against women using the power of the internet, new technologies, social media and popular culture/the arts. Regina is a Rhodes Scholar with a long-standing commitment to women’s human rights.
In addition to serving as Founder and President of The Pixel Project, Regina also oversees the Editorial and Writing team. She organises interviews, works with the different editorial teams to edit all annual blogging campaigns, and writes for the 16 For 16 campaign (and the occasional Op-Ed).
Writer and Researcher
New Delhi, India
Rubina is a youth and gender rights activist based in India. She has been involved in online and offline activism for the last few years, particularly with regard to gender-based violence and violence against women. She enjoys volunteering with The Pixel Project’s research and writing teams and strongly believes in the work of the organisation.
Editor and Writer (On Sabbatical)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Samantha is an editor at a fashion magazine and is supposed to be writing her thesis on women in cyberpunk. She tries her best to skew articles she’s writing to focus on topics like diversity, equality and feminism.
Apart from editing and writing, Sam is also a Read For Pixels moderator who has previously moderated Read For Pixels Google Hangout sessions featuring Colleen Houck and Rachel Vincent.
Sharmila Ganapathy is a freelance business writer, editor, trainer and coach based in Malaysia. In her spare time, she enjoys dabbling in mandala art and writing crime fiction.
Sharmila is the Co-Editor for our Inspirational Interviews and a member of the editorial team for the “16 For 16” campaign. She is also a Read For Pixels moderator who has previously moderated Read For Pixels Google Hangout sessions featuring Molly Harper and Fran Wilde. Learn more about her at: www.sharmilagw.com
Adelaide, Australia (formerly Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Sulo is a writer and editor who believes that women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights is a fundamental human right. She carries this belief into her volunteer work with The Pixel Project.
She is part of the editorial team for The Pixel Project’s Survivor Stories campaign and 30 For 30 Father’s Day campaign. She is also the lead editor for the 16 For 16 campaign. Apart from editing and writing, Sulo is a senior Read For Pixels moderator who has previously moderated Read For Pixels Google Hangout sessions featuring Jacqueline Carey, Kelley Armstrong, Christina Lauren, Alexandra Monir, Laurie R. King, and Yasmine Galenorn.
Follow Sulo on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Suloshini.