Manisha Shrestha is a feminist who is working as a Senior Programme Coordinator at LOOM. She has a Bachelors’s degree in Development Studies (BDEVs) and Masters degree In Economics. She enjoys listening to music, reading, and traveling.
Reshna is a young & energetic personality who works as a Finance Officer at LOOM. She believes in self stands & moving with the flow of life, keeping a positive vision towards the changing phases of life. She also loves to welcome the challenges in her professional life and keeps the guts to change those challenges into her favor.
Jenisha is a young feminist working in LOOM as a Program Officer and Admin. She has completed her bachelor’s degree in Social work. She loves traveling and exploring new places.
Sami is a feminist who believes in equality and freedom. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in social work and rural development and has completed a Master’s in International relations and diplomacy. She is currently pursuing a bachelor of law.
Sami is a feminist who believes in equality and freedom. She holds a bachelor’s degree in social work and rural development and has completed her Master’s in International relations and diplomacy She is fond of dogs and enjoys outing.
Sagun is a young & energetic personality who works at LOOM as an Account Assistant.
Tulsa is a feminist working in LOOM as a Program Officer. She has completed her Masters in Psychology. She enjoys adventurous treks and listening to people.
Sabina is a young feminist who wants to be independent and enjoys her work. She has great cooking skills.
Gita is a women’s rights activist who believes in multigenerational activism and works for diverse issues of women’s movement in Nepal. She is currently engaged in LOOM as a general secretary.
Jyotsna is an intersectional feminist and draws her knowledge and experiences from the feminist movement in Nepal. Jyotsna is a founding chair at LOOM, a feminist collective that adopts multi-generational activism working on the intersection of gender sexuality freedom of expression and movement building. She also runs the “Women in Cinema Fellowship South Asia” for women and those who identify as women filmmakers. Jyotsna also runs an arts residency space. She is also a chairperson of WOREC, a leading feminist national organization. Her four dogs own her, and saving up for trips with friends is her bliss.