Sarah-Anne Gresham

  • Sarah-Anne Gresham
  • Director
  • Pronoun(s): she/her
  • Words to Inspire: Decolonization. Transformative justice. Radical love.

Sarah-Anne Gresham is a doctoral student in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Rutgers University and is the co-founder of a Caribbean feminist collective called Intersect Antigua.

Prior to her arrival in the United States, she was the research officer in residence at the Directorate of Gender Affairs in her native Antigua. Sarah was the 2020 Columbian College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Distinguished Scholar at the George Washington University where she completed a master’s degree in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies under a Fulbright scholarship. During her studies at GWU, she was the recipient of the Ruth Helm Osborn Research Fellowship, the Service to the Community of Women Award, the Emily B. Proctor Research Award, the Graduate Prize for Feminist Scholarship, among other accolades.

After graduating from the George Washington University, Sarah, and her team at Intersect Antigua, received a multi-year grant from the Women’s Voice and Leadership – Caribbean program in support of their work. They launched a website in 2020 where they curated over one-hundred and fifty Caribbean feminist stories, essays, art, and audio recordings on a range of topics germane to gender justice and queer liberation.

Her cyberfeminist activism includes generating and disseminating educational feminist content as well as facilitating teach-ins and workshops with students and the wider public.

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