Blair Imani is a Black American Muslim activist living in Brooklyn, NY. Blair founded Equality for HER in 2014 and has since served as the organization's Executive Director of Equality for HER. In her role, Imani manages Equality for HER's team and leads the Equality for HER Internship Program which officially launched in April 2017.
Blair Imani's activism has been featured by VICE, Refinery29, NYLON, and The 405. Imani has appeared on MSNBC's The Point hosted by Ari Melber. Imani spoke at Harvard University for the inaugural National Muslim Women's Leadership conference and at the Harvard Kennedy School's 2017 Black Policy Conference.
Blair Imani is a recognized authority on diversity and inclusion. She is dedicated to redefining womanhood and honoring the humanity of all people.
Lori Ro is the Global Communications Director for Equality for HER. Lori is leading Equality for HER's Youth Leadership Initiative and produces the Educational Video Series. Lori's work focuses on accessibility and uplifting emerging content creators.
Before working with Equality for HER, Lori served as the Media Coordinator with Planned Parenthood's national office. As Media Coordinator, Lori provided translation and transcreation services to the department of Constituency Communications and managed daily media monitoring for the Communications Department. Lori has also served as a Communications Associate with Basic Rights Oregon.
Lori is an expert in content production, media analysis, and organizing within the field of reproductive health, labor rights, and community organizing. Lori is passionate about the rights of LGBTQ and immigrant communities.
Glendon Francis is the Editorial Director of Equality for HER and maintains the content on the organization's media platform. Francis is based in Atlanta, GA. He enjoys amplifying silenced marginalized voices, scouting for passionate queer and femme creatives, critiquing current pop culture fiascos and writing about prevalent social issues.
Glendon is an Antigua and Barbuda native and the first of his four siblings to receive a tertiary education. From an early age he developed the love for literature and is heavily inspired by phenomenal writers and authors like Langston Hughes and Audre Lorde. Glendon is a LGBTQ rights activist and uses his voice to combat stigmas and violent notions.
Jenn Solo is an artist and illustrator who works in a variety of mediums ranging from oil paint to collage, with a large focus in digital art. Her work spans many different styles and touches on many different subjects/themes. She has attended both the Fashion Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute and is currently a part of the New Blood Shift 2017, hosted by D&AD.
She is not afraid to address social issues including race, LGBTQ and women’s rights and is passionate about making an impact with her artwork.
Fajr Malika DeLane
Fajr Malika DeLane is the Executive Assistant for Blair Imani at Equality for Her. Fajr is a Bill and Melinda Millennium Gates Scholar and PEO Star Scholar that currently attends Howard University as an International Business Major. She is the Founder and Director of “F to the Third Power: Fun.Fit.Fabulous!” - a health and wellness program initiative.
DeLane’s inspiration of who she is today has been long in the making. With nearly 8 years of international experience as a resident of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Fajr has also been fortunate to travel to many surrounding countries in the Southeast Asian region which she highly attributes to broadening her personal horizons and social perspectives.
In the year of 2015-2016 she was an Odyssey Newsmagazine journalist, Office Aid Intern, JROTC Battalion Commander and winner of various awards. Fajr is the proud alumni of the 2017 National Muslim Women’s Summit at Harvard University. DeLane is a passionate leader and aspires to continue making positive change in our world.
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