Seema Yasmin is an Emmy-award winning journalist who was a finalist for the Pulitzer prize, medical doctor, professor, and poet. She attended medical school at Cambridge University and worked as a disease detective for the U.S. federal government’s Epidemic Intelligence Service. She currently teaches storytelling at Stanford University School of Medicine, and is a regular contributor to CNN, SELF Magazine, and Scientific American, among others.
Fahmida Azimis an illustrator, graphic designer, storyteller, and tea-drinker, whose artwork centers around themes of identity, culture, and personal autonomy. She currently works as a designer and illustrator in Seattle. Today, her art can be seen on NPR, in the Dallas News, in a number of books and graphic novels in development, and more. Visit Fahmida-Azim.com for a full portfolio of work.