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Dana Praise Guerrero (she/her) is a 18 year old Filipina, born and raised in Quezon City, Philippines. She is currently taking BA in Multimedia Studies from the University of the Philippines Open University. At present, she works primarily under the Department of Publications and Communication for Project Katipunan at The Initiative PH (TIPH), a youth-run organization that “coordinates relief efforts and sustainable programs for various local communities.” Took a short stint as part of the creatives team for Women Techmakers Manila 2019. Have a glimpse of her design life at Chat with her @danapraise (ig/tw) and @danapraiseg (fb) for multimedia-related, volunteer and internship experiences in the future!

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Rosie Carter (she/her) is a photographer, illustrator, and writer based in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work has previously been published in Nightingale and Sparrow, the Journal of the Core Curriculum at Boston University, and Marias at Sampaguitas. She enjoys philosophy and is avid about all things cat-related. You can find her reading and relaxing with her two cats, Butterscotch and Orzo.  


Sudeshna Sahu (she/her), born and brought up in Odisha, India, has always been politically opinionated and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Gargi College (DU). She has actively taken part in several Model UNs, elocutions, and debates. She is resolute, responsible,steadfast and efficient in fulfilling her duties. She served as a member of her School’s council and organising committees of various successful local events. She is an avid reader and especially enjoys reading books written by influential political figures, from her father’s library. She is a performer of music and has graced many local gigs and competitions.

When she’s not discussing politics over social media, you’d find her vibing to her playlist while acquiring finer tastes, every passing moment. She is also a film and TV enthusiast and big on conversations about any relevant or irrelevant matter.

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Andrea Dalagan (she/her) is a Filipino American studying Sociology and Asian & Pacific Islander American Studies at William and Mary. Passionate about Asian American issues, she has previously worked for local Asian American organizations and is currently part of her campus Asian American organization and Filipino American Student Association. A great lover of music and self-expression, she spends her time drinking tea, listening to the latest old album she has discovered, and writing down reflections she’s not sure she can ever quite articulate.



Jeremy (he/him) is a Filipino-American from LA. He's a fourth-year marketing student at the University of San Francisco. His hobbies include listening to music, watching tv, and spending time with loved ones. 



Jasmin (she/her) is a 1.5 generation Filipino immigrant and undergraduate student in Chicago, Illinois. She has previously interned for local Filipino grassroots organizations, finding inspiration and empowerment through community work and activism. She has worked as part of Filipinx Literature Club’s creative team, and is a great lover of poetry and literary arts. She finds solace in journaling and writing 4 line poems hidden away in her notes app that she knows will one day make a public debut.



Narizza Saladino (she/her) is a senior at Columbia University studying Sociocultural Anthropology and Ethnicity & Race Studies on the Asian/Asian American Track. Her work is founded on community values and championing the stories of Filipino/a/x youth. Coming from the Big Island of Hawai’i to NYC, she found her east coast “home” through Liga Filipina and FIND, Inc. where she currently serves as a District III National Director. In 2016, she became a Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America Cohort 12 scholar and since then, mentors first-generation, low-income college students at Columbia and Princeton. She loves devouring desserts, photography, vibing to music, and watching films that linger in her mind after they’ve ended.

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