Jessica Bennett is an award-winning journalist and critic who writes on gender issues, sexuality and culture. She is a feature writer and columnist at the New York Times, where you can regularly find her byline in the Sunday style section on topics ranging from feminists joining Greek life to female pot entrepreneurs to the hyperbole of internet speak, which has left her literally dead, like so dead she is six feet under rolling in her grave. She has profiled Monica Lewinsky, Paula Broadwell, and has tackled such important investigative topics such as Resting Bitch Face.
Jessica’s work has also appeared in Newsweek, where she began her career as a staff writer, Time, where she was a columnist, and Cosmopolitan, where she helps edit a quarterly section on women and work. She is a contributing editor at LeanIn.Org, the nonprofit founded by Sheryl Sandberg, where she is the cofounder and curator of the Lean In Collection -- a partnership with Getty Images to change the way women are depicted in stock photography. She lives in New York City.
Saskia Wariner is an illustrator and digital artist from Germany. Her work explores relatable emotions in mediums such as gifs, comics, digital illustrations and watercolor.
Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and cartoonist living in Brooklyn. Her first book of cartoons, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But You Could've Done Better, will be published in 2017.