Zeba Khan is a writer, commentator, and senior facilitator with The Op-Ed Project, a social venture that identifies, trains, and mentors women and other historically underrepresented communities on how to own their expertise and have a public voice. Through her role, Zeba has directly trained thousands of women and men across the country and internationally from a diverse range of backgrounds. Currently, she leads The Op-Ed Project’s Public Voices Fellowship at Yale University, training and mentoring Yale faculty in developing their public voice. Zeba’s own writing has appeared in various national outlets including The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, CNN, Al Jazeera America, and The Root. She has also appeared on television and radio, including NPR, CNN, and ABC World News. She lives in San Francisco.
Mel Monier (she/they; @moniermel) is a PhD student in the Department of Communication and Media at the University of Michigan. They use queer and intersectional