Spirit Companion: Ragdoll cat
Favorite Quote: “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” – Audre Lorde
Ro-Ann Mohammed is a Caribbean feminist and activist, originally from Trinidad & Tobago and based in Barbados. She has been a community organiser for 10+ years and is passionate about decolonising the narrative surrounding gender and sexual minorities in the Global South. Her grassroots activism has focused on LGBTQIA+ rights in the Caribbean, sexual and reproductive health and rights, promoting women’s leadership in Caribbean LGBTQI+ discourse, facilitating safe spaces, access to resources, combating religious intolerance, public education and visibility. She is an advisor for the Equality Fund’s Women Voice and Leadership Fund and she is the Co-Chair of the Project Selection Committee for the Act Together for Inclusion Fund. She is also an alumni of Columbia University’s Human Rights Advocacy Program. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, watching crime documentaries and looking at cats on Instagram. Ro-Ann is fluent in English, working on her Spanish everyday, and tweets as @roannmohammed.