Majo has a Masters degree in learning, design, and tech from Stanford and supports women in their creative leadership. Her clients include women from top companies such as Facebook, Airbnb, Pinterest, Adobe, and Twitter. Her work has been published in FastCoDesign and highlighted on LinkedIn, Medium, and the Huffington Post. Learn more about her at majomolfino.com.
Anne has been in radio for over 6 years and her reporting has been on NPR, The BBC and WHYY. Her main areas of interest are mental health, poverty and the creative arts. She’s taught audio workshops at NYU, PhillyCAM, Scribe, The Village of Arts and Humanities, University City Arts League and Mighty Writers. Learn more about her at anne-hoffman.squarespace.com.
Prior to Heroine, Dani was the Technical Coordinator at Utah Valley University (UVU) where she wrote policies and managed collaborative projects. She graduated as an outstanding student – magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in English (emphasis on Writing Studies) from UVU. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs is a Los Angeles-based composer and multi-media artist who creates entry points into her compositions through sculpture, video, costume, and performance. She is the leader of Community Chorus; one half of the pop duo, Bouquet; and creator/composer of the choral/movement ensemble, Song of Eurydice. Riggs has presented work at The Getty Center, Hammer Museum, MOCA LA, SFMOMA, Bangkok University, Berkeley Art Museum and All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival (UK). Photo credit: Annie Gimas.
Lucia Lilikoi is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and educator who has released her third studio album. Vessel is an exploration of the Heroine’s journey and her relationship to water. Lucia's velvet voice allures the listener into a translucent and strangely familiar world. She has created her own brand of dream folk. Learn more about her at her at www.lilikoimusic.com.