Dona is a behavioural expert specialised in gender diversity and plays and sings ancient music but has recently started dreaming about making giant sculptures.
Fatima (Sint-Agatha Berchem, 1981) is a Ph.D. student in Social and Political Sciences at the University of Liege. Mother tongue: French.
Joanna (England, 1971) is British/Belgian. She has lived in Schaerbeek since 1992. Joanna has worked in international and European civil society organisations campaigning on poverty, migration and women’s rights.
Karen is a consultant who helps nonprofits, foundations and international organizations influence public policy and mobilize resources. Belgian-American. Mother tongue: English
Loredana is the director of Foyer vzw. She was born in Italy and has been working in Molenbeek since the 1980s. She is the founder of Dar al Amal (House of Hope, the women's work of Foyer). She has always been committed to the inclusion and emancipation of women. In 2011, she received the honorary title of "vredesvrouw/peace woman".
Myriam (1967) is the director of Zinneke, and invests herself through socio-artistic means in the work of co-creation and coproduction between artists, inhabitants and urban actors of all kinds in Brussels neighborhoods - the Zinneke Parade is the result. She is involved in various initiatives with undocumented persons and around commons.
Rozina (Koekelberg, 1972) is Scottish. Living in Brussels since 2002. She is a Design Strategist and Social Entrepreneur running her own NGO and SME and working across Europe. An active volunteer and Board member for community organizations. Advocating for Education, Equality, Inclusion and Mental Health. Languages: English, Dutch, Urdu/Punjabi
Tanja (1978) has been a Bruxelloise & Etterbeekoise since 2001. She works with civil society globally to mobilize and campaign on inequality, women’s rights & human rights. She also has experience in peace building and communications. She is a co-chair of the Brussels Women's March/Lights for Rights. German-American. Languages: English, French, German, Thai.
Cato Léonard is co-founder of Glassroots, a consulting company helping governments, companies, cities and organisations with the successful realization of their change through participation of external stakeholders and citizens. She is also the co-founder and campaign leader of G1000, a citizens movement for participatory democracy.
Raphaëlle Brasseur is a recent Brussellaire, having moved to Jette less than a year ago. She is an interior architect, star coordinator and key account manager. Raphaëlle joined the W100-team only 3 week before the event and took the challenge of the logistics-team head on and hands-on and made it possible.