Ghiwa Sayegh is a queer feminist writer, publisher, and archivist. She is the editor in chief of Kohl, a journal she has conceived, and the co-founder of Intersectional Knowledge Publishers. Ghiwa is a member of the collective RESURJ - Realizing Sexual and Reproductive Justice. She is passionate about the intersections of sex and sexuality, migration, global economies, and feminist histories. Her influences are Audre Lorde and Sara Ahmed.
Roula Seghaier is a queer feminist writer, novelist, and translator. She is the managing editor of Kohl, and a co-founder of Intersectional Knowledge Publishers. Roula is a member of a feminist cooperative based in Beirut. She is passionate about gender, performativity, political and moral economies of community organizing, critical theory, and feminist epistemology and practice. Her influences are Angela Davis and Chandra Mohanty.
Safa Hamzeh is a Fulbright scholar. She is the Community and Communications manager at Kohl. She has an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Arizona, and a BA in Communication Arts (journalism) from the Lebanese American University. As an undergrad, Safa was a student campaigner for queer and feminist issues at the Lebanese American University in Beirut. She is also the co-founder of the Intersectional Feminist Club at LAU and a former member of Helem organization.