Paloma Ponti, Site Leader
Born on unceded Songhees and Esquimalt lands, Paloma Ponti is studying Gender/Women’s Studies as well as Social Justice Studies at the University of Victoria. She is an activist, feminist, partner, daughter, and friend, admired for her constant determination, strength and organizational skills. She shows dedication to anti-violence work through her involvement with Victoria Hollaback and Project Respect, the prevention education initiative of the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre.
Rowan Hébert, Technical Director
Rowan was born and raised on an urban farm on the unceded territory of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations. She is very passionate about theatre as a means of bringing about social change, and in May 2012 co-produced and co-directed (with fellow Hollaback Victoria staff member, Paloma Ponti) the first Canadian production of the play “8” by Dustin Lance Black which helped win the fight for marriage equality in California. You’re most likely to find her in the library, in the theatre, or outside the legislature.