Ammarah Rehman

Assistant Programming Director

Glendon Francis 

Assistant Editorial Director

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Glendon Francis is a 19-year-old writer and film student based in Atlanta, GA. He enjoys amplifying silenced marginalized voices, scouting for passionate queer and femme creatives, critiquing current pop culture fiascos and writing about prevalent social issues.

Glendon is an Antigua and Barbuda native and the first of his four siblings to receive a tertiary education.

From an early age he developed the love for literature and is heavily inspired by phenomenal writers and authors like Langston Hughes and Audre Lorde. Glendon is a LGBTQ rights activist and uses his voice to combat stigmas and violent notions.


Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Ammarah Rehman is the Assistant Programming Director for Equality for HER, a non-profit media outlet dedicated to inclusion, diversity, and breaking down barriers. Ammarah's mission is to humanize people who practice Islam and mitigate the scourge of Islamophobia and bigotry with which the world is afflicted. 

Ammarah was born and raised in Boston, MA and has family roots in Karachi, Pakistan. 

She is also the founder of The Muslim Project, an online platform highlighting Muslims from an array of backgrounds in order to fight Islamophobia and the negative stigma around Islam.