Read For Pixels: Meet The Moderators

Welcome to the Read For Pixels Author Bios section where you can learn more about the awesome moderators from all walks of life who will be hosting the author Google Hangouts.

They support the cause to end violence against women. Do you?

It’s time to stop violence against women. Together.

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Angelia Ong

Angelia OngAngelia Ong is the boss lady along with her artist husband behind Banshee Creative, a creative consultancy based in Malaysia. She is an avid reader of various genres, in particular scifi/fantasy and is a great supporter of the comics industry. Angelia also writes and edits and manages artists, kids and family with as much as a sense of humour as she can find!

Check out what Angelia’s up to at www.bansheecreative.com

Angelia is currently on sabbatical.

 

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Anushia Kandasivam

Anushia CroppedAnushia is a journalist and an avid consumer of media of the science fiction and fantasy genre. She believes that all people should have equal rights and representation under the law and be treated as equals in every aspect of life and community. She previously moderated Read For Pixels Google Hangout sessions featuring Cornelia Funke and Alyson Noel.

 

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Grace Zhuang

Grace Zhuang 2_croppedGrace Zhuang is an avid reader of books. She loves reading so much that she has a YouTube channel that doubles as a personal soap box and a blog space to update viewers on what’s new and popular in young adult fiction, as well as book-to-movie adaptations. She also writes book reviews as chief editor at Fandom Monthly Magazine and is also an advance reviewer for multiple publishers. She was a girl scout who volunteered for organizations, such as Feed My Starving Children and the Humane Society.

Check out Grace’s YouTube channel, LovingDemBooks.

Grace is currently on sabbatical.

 

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Heather Long

??????????????????????????Heather Long is the Markets Editor at CNN. She heads up the team covering the stock market and economy. Prior to joining CNN, she was an assistant editor at The Guardian and a deputy editor at The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pa., which won a Pulitzer Prize for local reporting. She is a Rhodes Scholar and spends much of her free time working to advance women and education.

Follow Heather on Twitter: http://twitter.com/byHeatherLong

Heather is currently on sabbatical.

 

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Samantha Joseph

Sam Joseph_CroppedSamantha is an editor at a fashion magazine and is supposed to be writing her thesis on women in cyberpunk. She tries her best to skew articles she’s writing to focus on topics like diversity, equality and feminism.

 

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Sasha Alsberg

Sasha Alsberg_croppedSasha Alsberg talks about and review books over on her YouTube channel Abookutopia. Her favorite books include The Lux Series, The Mortal Instruments Series and Throne of Glass Series. Sasha is on the committee for an organisation called Run Home Chicago which helps prevent homelessness in Chicago.

Check out Sasha’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/abookutopia.

Sasha is currently on sabbatical.

 

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Suloshini Jahanath

SuloshiniSulo is a writer and editor who believes that women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights is a fundamental human right. She carries this belief into her volunteer work with The Pixel Project’s Web 2.0 team, endeavouring to raise awareness through the social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, etc. She has previously moderated Pixel Project Google Hangout sessions featuring Kelley Armstrong and Jacqueline Carey.

Follow Sulo on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Suloshini.

 

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Regina Yau

Regina Yau_CroppedRegina Yau is the Founder and President of The Pixel Project which she created in 2009 to raise funds, awareness and volunteer power for the cause to end violence against women using the power of the internet, new technologies, social media and popular culture/the arts. Regina is a Rhodes Scholar with a long-standing commitment to women’s human rights.

Follow The Pixel Project on Twitter at http://twitter.com/PixelProject

 

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