Ms. Winfred Osimbo Lichuma is a practising human rights lawyer in Kenya with a bias on women and children’s rights. She is the current past Chairperson of the National Gender and Equality Commission(NGEC) in Kenya, a consititutional body charged with the responsibility of monitoring gender and inclusion in Kenya for the special interest groups i.e. women, persons with disabilities, the marginalized and minorities, children, youth and older members of society.
Lara Stein is currently the Executive Director of Women’s March Global, the sister organization of Women’s March. Stein recently acted as the interim Executive Director of MIT ReACT, a new institute-wide organization at MIT dedicated to developing a global educational platform for displaced populations and refugees. Stein also currently sits on the board of Equality Now and Lalela, a non-profit dedicated to education through the arts in South Africa. Recently, Ms. Stein was the Managing Director of Singularity University’s community and global expansion and implementation strategy.
Chandra Jessee is an activist, producer and venture investor.
She is the Founder and President of the InMaat Foundation, which focuses on supporting charities that promote gender equality. Chandra is an Executive Producer of several documentaries including the Emmy nominated “Hot Girls Wanted,” award winning “Sexy Baby” and current festival favorite “Roll Red Roll." She also Co-Produced the award winning documentary “Frame by Frame.”
Equality Now's letter to Sudan's President Bashir asking him to stop all processes relating to the execution of Noura Hussein.