Lara Witt (she/they) is an award-winning feminist writer, editor and digital media consultant. Witt has written for Teen Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, WHYY, Girlboss, The New York Daily News, BUST, Rewire, and more. Witt writes primarily about feminism, racism, pop-culture, mental health and politics, and they are currently writing a book about feminism and self-care. Witt's goal is to provide platforms for marginalized voices with a focus on having other Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) writers tell their own stories and explore their own narratives. As Managing Editor she also wants to offer accessible resources for those who wish to learn more about intersectional feminism and anti-fascist resistance because they believe that education and accessibility are key to an equitable and compassionate future. Witt has spoken at local Philadelphia events, such as the March to End Rape Culture (2017) and curates a yearly series of events called The Electric Lady Series. These events highlight women and femmes of color in Philadelphia by exploring gender, rape culture, entrepreneurship, art, self-care, sex and culture.