Flo has been an activist for all their adult life. Struck by the possibilities of experimenting with identities in the internet and fascinated by cyber cultures and by the liberating potentialities of free software and networks, they have volunteered for independent media, free culture, and hacktivism projects since the 90’s and participates in several projects managing privacy-oriented network infrastructures, with a focus on queerfeminist hacking.
Mati holds a Master’s degree in accounting and control from The Netherlands and a BSc degree from the US. She is a Certified Public Accountant and has over 10 years of experience in accounting and finance. In her free time, she loves doing yoga and enjoys spending time with her family.
Daniel has worked for 10 years on issues related to protection of human rights defenders and movements, including through protective accompaniment, research, training, and advocacy. He has contributed to a number of resources, academic writings and training curricula on holistic approaches to protection. He is a certified mediator and holds a degree in International Relations from Dublin City University.
Björk is a Berlin-based producer and organiser drawing from a long experience in transfeminist, anti-globalisation and environmental movements, with a strong footing in subcultural contexts and autonomous spaces and infrastructures at the community level. She has worked with various leading organisations and is currently co-curating the annual Radical Networks conference.
Alexandra holds a master degree in sociology and a PhD in economics. She has undertaken a postdoctoral position for the Institute for Prospective Technologies Studies (European commission). She is a cyberfeminist working in the area of gender and tech, and the editor of two volumes about the panorama of technological sovereignty initiatives. She enjoys doing holistic security and speculative fiction workshops.
Afra has several years of experience working in a number of International non-profit organisations and research projects. She holds a Master in New Media and Digital Culture from the University of Amsterdam and a bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Indonesia. She involves in several projects and advocacy groups on digital rights and gender based violence. She spends most of her weekends for reading, playing music, and binge watching TV series.
Frerieke has over 10 years of experience in coordinating international projects and teams within the NGO sector, focused mostly on ICT, media, and training. After finishing her MSc Architecture and Urbanism in Delft, she lived in South Africa for four years, studied Human Rights and Development, and got certified in professional coaching. She enjoys going out with her (wind)surfboard or playing around with her three children.