Maulline Gragau the Editor-in-Chief of the Writers’ Council. She is a creative, researcher, policy and legislative drafter, writer, and lawyer. She is a versatile professional with 5+ years of experience in the areas of law and forensic science. She is passionate about legal practice, renewable energy technologies, inclusive development through ICT, responsive leadership and environmental conservation. Her goal is to make these opportunities available to marginalized people especially indigenous communities, women, and youth. Maulline believes that Africans have the capability to find their own solutions to all the undeniable problems which confront them.
Dr. Michelle “Molly” Keating is the Professional Development Associate for the Writers’ Council. Michelle is currently serving as Director of Career Services for South University- Savannah, and uses this platform to connect successful professionals with others that are eager to learn and develop their careers. And with that connection mindset, Michelle continues to develop her own learning and teach others through professional education and volunteering. She teaches Public Speaking for Point University, and volunteers with United Way of the Coastal Empire. Michelle recently graduated from Argosy University with a Doctorate of Education degree specializing in Organizational Leadership. As a life-long learner, she is eager to join IVolunteer and meet others that are committed to service and improving their communities
Esther Brito Ruiz
Esther Brito Ruiz is the Sub-Editor of the Writers’ Council. She is a Master’s Graduate in Women, Peace, and Security at the London School of Economics. She was previously a Global Shaper within The World Economic Forum and currently serves as Chair and researcher within the Conflict, Security and Crime Student Research Committee at IAPSS and a Junior Research Fellow in the European Institute of Policy Research and Human Rights (EIPRHR).
Anna Tin Wai Ip
Anna is the Editorial Assistant of the Writers’ Council. She is a political science major at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has developed a passion for human rights issues and hopes to create a positive impact with her writing.
Lei is an Editorial Assistant of the Writers’ Council. She has a great deal of firsthand experience in social media management and creative/content writing. Most of her written topics variant from mental health to self-awareness. She enjoys writing, inspiring people through her words, make them feel proud of themselves and be the best version of themselves and explore the nuances of ones existence. She is also fond of working in the social enterprise sector. During her free time, she likes to read books, listen to music, perform musical numbers, and having a deep, meaningful conversation with her close friend.