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Co-founder & Executive Director
Sarah Williams is a co-founder and Executive Director of the Feminist Center for Creative Work. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Sarah returned to the city in 2006 to attend USC’s Curatorial Practice in the Public Sphere M.A. program after receiving a B.A. in Art History from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Since then she has been producing projects, exhibitions, programs, events and publications with ForYourArt, FCCW, CLOSING, and the Art Book Review.
Mandy Harris Williams
Mandy Harris Williams is a theorist, multimedia conceptual artist, writer, educator, radio host and internet/community academic. She is from New York City and currently lives in Los Angeles. Mandy’s work seeks to get everybody the love that they deserve. She focuses on desirability privilege as a real and mythological market and political force. She graduated from Harvard, having studied the History of the African Diaspora, as well as the mass incarceration crisis, and other contemporary black issues. She received her MA in Urban Education and worked as a classroom teacher for 7 years in low income communities. She integrates a holistic and didactic style into her current creative practice. Her creative work has been presented at Paula Cooper Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Art + Practice, Navel, Knockdown Center and Feminist Center for Creative Work to name a few. She has a monthly radio show, the #BrownUpYourFeed Radio Hour, on NTS. She has contributed writing work to Dazed Magazine, MEL magazine, ForHarriet, and The Grio and is a frequent radio and podcast guest.
Communications and Marketing Director
Kamala Puligandla is a writer of autobiographical fiction and essays, on queer love, friendship and futures. She has earned degrees from Oberlin College and UC Riverside. Her first novel, Zigzags, was released in 2020 from Not A Cult, and her novella, You Can Vibe Me On My FemmePhone, came out on Co-Conspirator Press in January 2021. Kamala’s range of professional experience includes a stint as a school photographer, teaching kids’ science workshops as her alter ego, Professor Magma, putting in her time at tech companies as a copywriter and content strategist, and now, as the Communications and Marketing Director at Feminist Center. She is one of the team members sending you emails, so you know how to get involved in the many great opportunities here!
Creative Director of SALIMA Magazine
Combining her interests of image making, fashion and creative collaboration, Salima spends her days as a Freelance Photographer, Stylist, and SALIMA mag team member. She is the co-founder of Acid Smile Studios, and holds a BA in Illustration from Otis College of Design. Salima lives and works in Los Angeles, where she spends her time dreaming of all the juicy relationships and collaborations to come!
Follow Salima’s adventures @salimasees or book her through @acidsmilestudios.
Lindsey Lee Eichenberger
Lindsey Lee Eichenberger is a writer, zine-maker and educator. She develops curriculum guides, writes lesson plans, produces youth programs, and is always looking for fresh new ways to disrupt the “teacher as authority” paradigm. Lindsey is currently an Education MA candidate at Cal State LA lives in Los Angeles, where she is from.
Raquel Hazell is a Vincentian-American graphic artist and publisher born and raised in New York. In 2017 she graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art where she spent perhaps too much time reminding people not to touch her hair. Her work is deeply rooted in and inspired by the ever-changing relationship between fact, fiction, and fantasy. Since 2018, she’s collaborated with artists and friends to create printed matter for what feels like the end times. In 2020, she (officially) founded Saalt Press, an independent publishing and design studio. Despite not having a design background, she’s managed to convince people to hire her. It’s been going well so far. Sometimes a writer, kind of a dj, never a morning person.
Demi Corso is a photographer, artist and educator based in Los Angeles. She tells genuine stories through film photography in a naturalistic style with a strong portrayal of women. She has been featured in Bricks, C-Heads and Cake Magazine. You can see her work here: (ig (instagram.com/demicorso) + (website (demi-corso.com) She has several years of experience teaching various arts to youth in LA through nonprofits. As our office manager, she’s responsible for making sure our workspace runs smoothly and that our members are taken care of.
Co-Conspirator Press Printer
Neko Natalia started at FCCW as the Programs and Press Getty MUI Summer intern. They are currently studying Art History at UCLA with a focus on the intersection of Art History and Postcolonial Studies and are writing their departmental honors thesis on the potential of the museum as a community space. They are also involved in UCLA’s Design and Media Department where they work in the Experimental Design Arts program and the department’s Print Lab where they fell in love with the Risograph. Aside from academics, Neko was also on the planning committee of the D|MA and Information Studies’ LA Art Book Fair booth. As the Programs and Press intern at WCCW, Neko assisted in actualizing programs and worked with Co-Conspirator Press, where they created a print position for themselves!
Allison Noelle Conner
Managing Editor of SALIMA Magazine
Allison Noelle Conner is a writer. She gravitates to work that realigns our notions of community, resistance, and healing. Her writing has appeared in Carla and Hyperallergic, and in the anthologies, Forward: 21st Century Flash Fiction and Rockhaven: A History of Interiors. Born in Fort Lauderdale, Allison lives in Los Angeles.
Digital Community Manager
Melba is an artist and cultural organizer from Pacoima, CA. Their passion for art, activism, and the fight for the liberation of all oppressed people guide her life and work. After attending UCSB, Melba was a community organizer in the North East San Fernando Valley working mostly with immigrant women to create strong and thriving communities. They left that role to become the director of Creative Incite, a community arts program that worked with youth from low-income communities and with people on probation. In 2019 they left Creative Incite, went back to school and worked with CultureGap.LA promoting arts and culture events across Los Angeles, until Covid hit. They received a BA in Chicanx Studies and a minor in Feminist Studies. Melba loves to knit, dance, and play with makeup and clothes. They have been creating a community on social media for many years, you can follow their latest creative release on Instagram as her alter-ego @Frutamala.
Programming Manager and Admin Assistant
Stella Ramos is a recent graduate (’20) from Occidental College — where she studied Religious Studies and Environmental Ethics with a special interest in Settler-Colonialism and Indigenous futurity. She joined the Feminist Center team as the 2020 Programming + Press Getty MUI intern, where she supported the Programming and Co—Conspirator Press teams. After her internship, Stella stayed on as the Programming Manager — putting her Virgo organizational skills to practice to support the vibrant programming of FCCW, and serving as Co-Co’s programming liaison and the FCCW Administrative Assistant — contributing to organizational development and coordination. Stella is originally from Seattle and is a lifelong writer and dancer. She cares deeply about practices of love, healing and reparations, environmental justice, intersectional feminism, community-based organizing, and holistic medicine + food!
2021 Getty Marrow Publications Intern
Semilore is a writer from Southern California, and is currently studying Comparative Literature with a focus in Film at Yale University. She is a 2020 YoungArts Finalist in Writing, a finalist for the 2020 Presidential Scholar in the Arts award, an editor of Pollux Journal, and is well-versed in poetry, spoken word, playwriting, and prose. She is a contributing editor to the rising All My Friends Zine, the Social Media Manager and contributing artist for WORD – at Yale, and has had words published in i-D Magazine. She often devotes her work to the complex and often abstract notions of Black womanhood. Away from roller-skates, an electric guitar or the pull of poetry books, you may find her in a pool, championing Solange, or searching for snails on her dewy porch.
2021 Programming Intern
Sophia Bautista is a recent graduate of UCLA and majored in Political Science & Labor Studies. She conducted research with UCLA’s Center for American Politics and Public Policy on de facto educational segregation in her hometown, Fresno, California. She also published and presented her research with the UCLA Labor Center on how COVID-19 impacted student interns’ political values. This summer, she’s learning how to tattoo and play guitar.
Nyala Bela Tringali-Carbado
Membership and Operations Intern
Nyala, a Mellon Mays Fellow, received their B.A. at UCLA in History and African American Studies. At UCLA, Nyala became the co-chair of BlaQue (Black and Queer) and the Diversity Chair of Phi Alpha Delta, Pre-Law Co-Ed Fraternity. Through these organizations, Nyala implemented and facilitated a number of events and diversity trainings. Outside of UCLA, Nyala teaches as a guest lecturer for the Gender and Sexual Orientation component of Marlborough High School’s health class. Nyala is the Membership and Operations Intern at the Women’s Center for Creative Work, focusing on outreach and event coordination. Perhaps most importantly, Nyala is an INFP Scorpio, vegan, and a tea enthusiast.
Outreach and Programming Intern
Caitlin Abadir-Mullally is an installation artist based in Los Angeles. She works in sculpture, video, performance and relationship building. She is invested in designing spaces for questioning and connection. She has organized a number of curatorial projects in white cubes, domestic spaces and motel rooms. In her practice, Caitlin is digging through her personal archive to make sense of her mixed identity as a McEgyptian Brat. Coptic Babe Coptic Dyke is heavily based in understanding the culture of Coptic Orthodox Egyptians and how value systems travel. She’s interested in what parts of a culture remain as immigrants are white-washed to fit the United States and her participation in that erasure. Caitlin is responsible for a variety of tasks from working with the artist in residence, executing outreach tactics and crunching numbers. Caitlin likes playing cards and driving fast.
Co-founder & Consulting Creative Director
After serving for 5 years as the WCCW’s in-house Creative Director, Kate is transitioning at the end of 2018 to serving on the board, mentoring our design fellow, and running our large scale publication projects on a freelance basis. She’ll be re-focusing on her duties as principal at Radical Rules design studio, who have collaborated on projects with The Huntington Library, LA County Arts Commission, Hammer Museum, East of Borneo, Armory Center for the Arts, and Pants Magazine. Kate’s work has been featured on AIGA Eye on Design, Typotalks, Inform.design, and KCET Artbound. She serves as ComArts faculty at Otis College of Art and Design and has most recently lectured at Typo Berlin, Komsfaack University Stockholm, CalArts, UCLA, and Pomona College. Kate holds an MFA in Graphic Design from CalArts and a BA in Classics from Pitzer College. She lives and works in Los Angeles.
Print Lab Educator & Technician
Noelle is a designer, printmaker, and educator who lives in Los Feliz, by way of Boston, MA and Portland, OR. She got her education in Intermedia studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art, and her practice involves many mediums including new media installation and sound technology. She has worked with various public arts organizations, including the Independent Publishing Resource Center (Portland, OR), to advocate for accessibility in art and design, as well as teaching people of all ages. She has also worked as a curator and a printmaking studio supervisor.