Carlos Ferreira is an environmental designer who frequently strays into the fields of architecture, graphic design, illustration and branding. He's the founder of Sketchtank, a design collective in Los Angeles, a professor at Arts Center College of Design, an enthusiast of all things automotive and mechanical, and a sucker for critters. This eclectic creative was born in Africa and has lived on three continents, and travels as often as he can.
Chrissie is an undergraduate student studying journalism and graphic design at Azusa Pacific University. When she's not staring at the computer, Chrissie can be found as the designated DJ in the car, globe trotting, and Zumba-ing.
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Rose Freeland was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and moved to California to attend Art Center College of Design where she studied under Steven Prina and mentored with Jeremy Gilbert-Roth, Mike Kelly and Dennis Phillips. After graduation, Rose created an illustration/design business and a clothing line through Big Concepts, Inc. By the end of the summer, Rose entered into California Institute of the Arts, mentoring under Connie Hatch and graduating with a Masters of Fine Art degree while running her two businesses. Her thesis was titled “The Illustrated History of Women,” which consisted of digitally produced billboard sized canvases featuring a history of desired achievements, such as the “First Woman On The Moon." Fine Art is the core of her work and remains so today. Rose’s work has been in solo and group shows, The Unreal Person, Museum of Modern Art in Orange County California to the recent “Random Survival” solo show at University of California. Rose is honored to have been chosen to illustrate the Women of Entity Magazine.
Casey Cromwell blogs about gluten-free options and is knowledgeable and passionate about wellness, food, fitness and body image. Casey not only has a natural way of turning any subject into a must-read, she also collects vintage barbies.
Daniela is a psychotherapist in private practice in San Francisco where she specializes in working with millennial women. In addition to therapy, Daniela provides one-on-one relationship and entrepreneurial coaching and consults with businesses to help optimize the wellness of their employees (danielalcsw.com). She has also operated and sold a small food business and has taught college psychology. She has a BA in Feminist Studies from Stanford University and a Masters in Social Work from USC. When not writing or seeing clients, Daniela can be found playing with her two rescue dogs, spending time with her husband and step-children, or singing loudly in the shower.
Genevieve is the founder of Skirt Club a private members club for bi-curious women around the world. A keen advocate for advancing women’s confidence her event programme encourages women to act and think independently. Born in London, raised in Hong Kong Genevieve has lived in over 15 cities, understanding new cultures is an innate passion. After taking her Masters in journalism at London’s City University, Genevieve left her corporate days in finance far behind. Trading the boardroom for the beat at Bloomberg, where she worked as a TV producer and script writer. Never a dull moment, always on the move.
Kaitlyn started her career in public accounting at Ernst and Young. Living in the bay area, tech surrounded her and after two years at Ernst and Young, she left for Google. After just a year at Google, Square tapped Kaitlyn’s shoulder and she jumped at the opportunity to join while they were still in their infancy. She watched them grow from less than 100 people to over 1,500. While Kaitlyn was still working full-time as a tech recruiter, she became a certified barre and pilates instructor, attended Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition, and started a wellness blog to help busy working women like herself maintain their health. Eventually, she left tech to start her own business - Noble Wellness. Kaitlyn coaches individuals in all things wellness - meal planning, emotional eating, understanding nutrition, and adding movement to hectic schedules. She’s also a recipe developer and food photographer - you can see a lot of her work on her personal blog, Pinch of Kate. She also offers private training in pilates, barre, and HIIT. Kaitlyn now resides in West Los Angeles and loves getting to know a new city!
Rachel Krantz is Senior Features Editor and a founding editor of Bustle. Her work has also been featured on The Huffington Post, NPR, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, Jezebel, XOJane, Marie Claire, and elsewhere. She’s the recipient of the Peabody Award, The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights International Radio Award, The Investigative Reporters and Editors Radio Award, and the Edward R. Murrow Award for her work as an investigative reporter for Youth Radio.
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