Margari Hill is the co-founder and Executive Director of Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC), a human rights education organization. She is also a freelance writer published in How We Fight White Supremacy (2018) Time, Huffington Post, and Al Jazeera English. She earned her master’s degree in History of the Middle East and Islamic Africa from Stanford University in 2006.  Her research includes transformations in Islamic education, colonial surveillance in Northern Nigeria, anti-colonial resistance among West Africans in Sudan during the early 20th century, interethnic relations in Muslim communities, anti-bias K-12 education, and the criminalization of Black Muslims. She is on the Advisory Council of Islam, Social Justice & Interreligious Engagement Program at the Union Theological Seminary. For her work, she has received numerous awards including the Council of American Islamic Relation’s (CAIR) 2020 Muslim of the Year award,  Khadija bint Khuwaylid Relief Foundation Lifetime Humanitarian award in 2019,  the Big Heart Award in 2017, and MPAC’s 2015 Change Maker Award. She has given talks and lectures in various universities and community centers throughout the country.

John Austin is an interactive designer who believes that technology can be instrumental in anti-racist and anti-bias training  He graduated from George Mason University in 2000,  where he majored in International Studies and Government and Politics. He has over 15 years of expertise working with international clients on design projects and virtual and augmented reality. His cultural heritage inspires his solidarity work to connect people of color of all genders, marginalized women, and all those who have marginalized identities. He spent several years building communities to combat food insecurity in marginalized communities.
He is certified in Anti-Racism Competency (2022) and is fluent in Japanese and proficient in Spanish.