Talibah Floyd is an educator, author, and fiber artist who was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago. She is committed to educating and uplifting children of the African diaspora. She is an avid reader, nature lover, and world traveler. She co-wrote Sounds of Blackness, a Black History play for children which was performed at the eta theater in Chicago.
Steph Posey is Radical Thought Collective's Co-Founder, Executive Director, and Co-facilitator of Imagining Freedom.
Pamela Adekoya is a Chicago native and an internal migrant of Texas. She has over a decade of experience in the social services field. She has served in many capacities including education, volunteer work with local government, and work with local agencies in the private sector. She currently works in the public sector serving vulnerable Texans through Texas Health and Human Services. She enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 children in her spare time, reading and writing.
Nina Carmichael is a naturalist, artist, and interdisciplinary social service professional with 15 years in the game.Born and raised in Seattle WA, she now lives in Champaign IL where she’s creating home with her fiancé.Nina is the recipient of the first Leadership in Conservation Fellowship at the Champaign County Forest Preserve where she has the opportunity to grow and shape her desire to connect people into nature through deepening curiosity, care, and familiarity to the more than human world.