Janice Fiamengo is a Professor of English at the University of Ottawa, and the author of The Fiamengo File, a series of videos featured on Studio Brulé about academic feminism, free speech, and campus politics.
Kriss Clément is a feminist who has been involved in the struggle for social justice from a young age. Over her life she has been involved in a wide variety of non-profit groups, across a wide demographic spectrum. Most recently, she has concentrated on bringing awareness to issues confronting men and boys.
Maria Al-Masani is an Arab Canadian Woman's Rights Activist and Arab Spring revolutionary, who was distinguished as a CNN Agent of Change. Al-Masani worked at the Parliament of Canada for the NDP and Liberal parties. She was also the first Yemeni at the Miss Universe pageant and now works as a jewelry designer for Al-Masani Royal Jewelry that promotes fashion that empowers women.
Meg Warren is a mother of two and a local CAFE volunteer. While she is particularly empathetic to survivors of domestic violence, something she herself has experienced, she is also passionate about a wide range of issues facing both men and women.