Aiman Shaikh / Researcher
Aiman (they/he/she) is a psychologist by day and sociologist by night, constantly trying to tie the loose ends of the two disciplines with each other. Their area of interest is feminist theory and research, mental health, social justice, discrimination, mental justice and how various (oppressive and oppressing) societal structures influence people's mental health.
Chayanika Iyer / Researcher
Chayanika (they/them) has been working at the intersections of trauma, culture, disability, gender, art, and resistance with various organisations since 2018. They find themselves wanting to figure out what it means to occupy, negotiate with, and build access to spaces for everyone. They like to spend their time off being scratched by their cat.
Mrinalini Godara / Producer
Mrinalini (she/they) is a queer designer, illustrator, and researcher who routinely takes up awareness and access-oriented developmental sector projects centring women's and LGBTQIA+ voices. She benefits from caste, gender and able-bodied privilege, which she is learning to dismantle and employ in creating a safer and increasingly equitable world through her work and interactions.
Bani Madan / Web Developer
Bani (they/them) is a nerd by choice and an engineer by mistake. They're a web developer who is interested in projects that deal with mental health, intersectionality and being queer/queerness.
Jo Krishnakumar / Producer
Jo (they/them) is a trans queer researcher interested in all things sex, sexuality, gender and how different groups/people experience these wor(l)ds. Their work is informed by their constant learning/unlearning of the privileges they have due to their social location as a dominant/oppressive caste person (Nair) while also occupying space as a (mentally) disabled trans person of colour.
Sara Bardan / Researcher
Sara (they/them) is a multidisciplinary feminist researcher working at the intersection of gender, labour, tech and urban studies. In their free time, you can catch them learning a new language, devouring a Manto short story or taking pictures of their cat.