Paula Gunn AllenPaula Gunn Allen (1939-2008), whose work as a leading voice in American Indian scholarship and creative writing, has received a number of awards including a Lannan Foundation Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the Native American Prize for Literature, and the Before Columbus Foundation National Book Award.
Jaime GrantJaime Grant holds a Ph. D. in Women’s Studies from the Union Institute and is the Director of the Policy Institute at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. Her articles on transformational organizations and coalition work have been published in major academic journals and anthologies.
Sue JohnsonSue Johnson's online documentaries straddle the ﬁelds of journalism, art, and technology. In 1995, she co-founded Picture Projects, which, for more than eight years, pioneered the field of online documentaries.
Bilijana KasicBiljana Kašić is a feminist theorist, peace and civil activist and researcher. From 1977-1995 she worked as a research fellow at the Institute for Contemporary History in Zagreb; from 1995 to the present she has been a coordinator of the Centre for Women’s Studies – Zagreb.
Gwyn KirkGwyn Kirk is an activist-scholar concerned with gender, racial and environmental justice in the service of creating a sustainable world. She is a founding member of Women for Genuine Security.
Maja MamulaMaja Mamula is a teacher, researcher, and feminist activist. She is founder and coordinator of Women's Room, a centre for education, research, and prevention of sexual violence in Zagreb, Croatia.
Jerry ManderJerry Mander is the President of the International Forum on Globalization (IFG), an alliance of 60 organizations in 20 countries dedicated to public education on global economic issues that was central to teach-ins and other public education events surrounding the IMF protests in Seattle, Washington D.C., and New York in 2000.
Anuradha MittalAnuradha Mittal, a native of India, is an internationally renowned expert on trade, development, human rights and agriculture issues. Mittal established the Oakland Institute, a progressive policy think tank dedicated to advancing public participation and fair debate on critical social, economic, and environmental issues.
Margo Okazawa-ReyMargo Okazawa-Rey is co-founder of the East Asia/U.S./Puerto Rico Women's Network against militarism, which was formed to educate, research, and organize against the impact of United States military presence and militarism, particularly on women, children, and the environment.