After years of being a conflicted primatologist who consumed products that directly endangered primates, Magdalena set out to completely rid her life of conflict palm-oil, a lifestyle change that soon evolved into the magazine you see today. She loves comic books, punk music, and vegan tacos.
Collin is a freelance writer currently living in Texas. He originally hails from Arizona and when he's not enforcing bag bans and fighting plastic, he can be found making music, playing guitar, and performing all over the Lone Star State. He is also a co-founding member of Selva Beat.
Elizabeth is a freelance writer, designer, and illustrator based in NYC. She uses her blog, The Note Passer, to nerd out on sustainability. She also co-founded the Ethical Writers Coalition, a group of writers working together to further ethical and sustainable living online and in print. Her work hangs out on the internet and you can see more of it here.
Irvianne's time spent helping her grandmother cook spurred on a deep love and connection to the kitchen. After culinary school and stints at various restaurant in Las Vegas, she decided to return home to Texas—mainly for breakfast tacos and Topo Chico. Her love of food and words led to the start of the blog, Flavor and Bounty, where she documents her forays back into the kitchen.
Paula begins thinking about food from the moment she wakes up. She loves to eat, cook, and style it. She believes that good food feeds the soul and brings people together. She is also a human rights advocate who loves to plan events, drink tons of coffee, and go on random adventures with her husband and two pups.
Mika is a journalistically trained visual artist. Her goal is to effect positive change through her photographs. Human rights, environmental issues and fashion are always on her radar. You’ll typically find her running around the city with a camera in one hand and a coffee in the other! Find her work on the internet here and here.
Rochelle is a media student at the University of Texas focused on using her creativity towards activism. As a lifelong traveler and woman of three nationalities, she is interested in the intersection of culture and ethical consumerism. Any given night you can find her dancing around to James Brown records. Check out her work here.
Sydney does not care to write her own bio but would be more than happy to edit yours. She graduated from Texas State University with a degree in electronic media and a minor in writing. Her intention is to contribute to the greater good of society, even if it is just one comma at a time. She holds her cat Marzipan & her dog Callie responsible for the majority of her joy.