AWBF is composed of individuals whom wish to make a positive difference for and among women. We have worked hard to create a valued awareness for girls and womens’ education. We have supported the arts in the community by establishing film clubs at Calvary Women's Services, N Street Village, as well as for young ladies in school at The Washington School for Girls. We also promote historical, cultural and modern societal insights into womens' lives and work via our blog articles, as well as literacy by encouraging the reading of books and the watching of films to increase the quality of life for those who come to this site.
Sarah Bahl, Founder and Writer for Literature, Fashion & Film firstname.lastname@example.org Sarah grew up in Washington D.C., going to Georgetown Visitation, then attending American University for her B.A., in Visual Arts and Media and Georgetown University to graduate with her M.A. in cultural studies from the CCT Program. She received her TESOL certificate from ILI.
Jessica Flores, Writer for Variety Jessica is a recent graduate from American University with a Bachelors in Literature. She recently worked with The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, Maryland as a Marketing intern and is the current Online Editor for Little Patuxent Review.
Lisa Zimmermann, Writer for Women, Culture & History Lisa is originally from Dallas, Texas, but she now calls Washington, D.C. home. Lisa completed her B.S. in Journalism at Boston University, where she also studied English and political science. Lisa later completed her M.A. in Communication, Culture and Technology at Georgetown University in D.C. She enjoys traveling, history and poetry.