We are a team of white women and Women of Color working together to confront white supremacy within feminist spaces and to guide white women towards choosing sisterhood over whiteness.
Rhiannon Childs is Executive Director for Women's March Ohio Chapter and Digital Communications Manager Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio. Rhiannon’s background in the United States Air Force as a healthcare professional was the beginning of her compassion and dedication to social justice and uplifting voices of marginalized and oppressed communities. She is also the Chair of Community Outreach for Lean In Ohio, a member of the King Arts Complex Women's Service Board, and the Health and Legislative Chair for the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Columbus, Ohio Chapter.
Heather Marie scholl
Heather Marie Scholl is an artist and activist invested in approaching social justice issues with a productive emotionality. Her primary focus is in anti-racism work, particularly anti-black racism, understanding "whiteness" and the layered ways they manifest. Her main fine art body of work is Whitework, which examines white women's roles in the establishment and maintenance of white supremacy through whitework embroidery techniques. Her work has been shown in NYC and LA galleries, and has been written about on Huffington Post, Brooklyn Magazine, BUST, I-D, and Vice. She holds a BA from The Evergreen State College in Race, Gender and Sexuality and an MFA from Academy of Art in Fashion and Knitwear Design.
Sophie Ellman-Golan is the Deputy Director of Communications at Women’s March. A social justice activist with a background in racial and gender justice, queer liberation, and anti-police violence organizing, she is a member leader on the Campaign for Police Accountability and Legislative Working Group at Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ), and a proud member of the #JewishResistance. Prior to joining the Women's March team, Sophie worked at Everytown for Gun Safety, the nation's largest gun violence prevention organization. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Barnard College in Africana Studies and Human Rights.
Emma Goldberg is a writer and social justice activist. As a journalist, Emma has reported for outlets including the New York Times, Salon, Elle, ESPN, USA Today, and Haaretz. Emma currently serves as program director at the non-profit initiative Longpath. Previously, she worked at UN Women with the Ending Violence Against Women division. She holds a master’s in gender studies from the University of Cambridge and a BA from Yale University, where she was the founder of Students Against Sexual Violence at Yale. She was on the national leadership team of Know Your IX and is a regular contributor to Feministing.