Yaliwe Clarke, Interim Director of the African Gender institute and a Lecturer in Gender Studies at the School of African and Gender Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Jane Bennett is the Head of Section of Gender Studies in the School of African and Gender Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics at the University of Cape Town. She is not young; she is racialized as white, lives as queer, loves as lesbian, usually votes EFF, is very close to some animals in her life, is hard to corral, and travels widely.
Dr. Fatima Seedat(PhD Islamic Law, McGill), is a Senior Lecturer in Gender Studies and has a specialisation in gender studies at the intersections of Islam, sexuality and law. Her doctoral dissertation examined the discursive construction of the female legal subject through narratives of sex-difference in classical and contemporary Islamic law.
Jan-Louise Lewin is an African feminist, researcher, and teacher. She is a former Assistant Lecturer in the Gender Studies department at the University of Cape Town (UCT) where her teaching focused on the intersections of race and gender.
Helenard Louw is a former staff member of the Gender studies department.He is an intersectional pro-feminist researcher. His research interests and lecturing content is rooted in the construction, embodiment, performance and representation of masculinities and disability among the coloured racial identity in South Africa.
Kealeboga Ramaru is a former Junior Research Fellow at the AGI. Kealeboga worked closely with the Young Women’s Leadership Project regionally and worked closely with the AGI partners on a variety of projects and events.
Phoebe Kisubi Mbasalaki is a post-doctoral research fellow on the GlobalGRACE project housed at the AGI and the Centre for Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies (CTDPS) – University of Cape Town as well as the NGO – Sex Workers Advocacy and Educational Task Force (SWEAT).