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FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Blair Imani's commitment to social justice fuels her passion to create research-based, accessible, and intersectional educational content through Equality for HER. As founder and Executive Director of Equality for HER, Blair Imani led the development and growth of a myriad of programs including the Equality for HER Internship Program, and Youth Ambassador Program which have each demonstrated measurable shifts in the empathy building and skill development of program participants. Blair Imani has guest lectured at Harvard, Yale, and as a political journalist she has appeared on MSNBC and Fox News. Since August 2017, Blair has worked on youth civic engagement and campaign creation with DoSomething.org.
DIRECTOR OF PARTNERSHIPS AND RESEARCH
Lori Rodriguez is the Director of Partnerships and Research at Equality for HER in addition to serving as the Board President of the organizations. Since May 2016, Lori has played a pivotal role in the creation of the Equality for HER Youth Leadership Initiative and presently leads all of the organization's research efforts. Hailing from Hawthorne, California, Lori Rodriguez earned a degree in Religious Studies from Reed College. Lori has served in roles at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Basic Rights Oregon, and is a highly sought after voice on Anti-Capitalism, White Supremacy, and Decolonization.
Glendon Francis has a range of experiences developing messaging and editorial style for companies and organizations. Working from his base of operation in Atlanta, Georgia, Glendon oversees all of Equality for HER's blog contributors and daily communications. Born and raised in the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, Glendon speaks English and Patois fluently.Glendon enjoys scouting new and diverse writers and content creators, shedding light on pop culture fiascos, and writing about underreported social issues.
Jenn Solo is Equality for HER's Creative Director. Nearly every one of Equality for HER's research articles are accompanied by one of Jenn Solo's unique illustrations. Jenn is proficient in digital art and is also skilled in a variety of art mediums ranging from classical oil paint to avant garde collage. Her classical training in art emerges from her studies at both the Fashion Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute. Presently, Jenn Solo is participating in the New Blood Shift 2017 program which is hosted by D&AD. Jenn believes that art can communicate complex subjects and invite viewers into deeper conversations about race, LGBTQ identity, and women’s rights.