Minna Salami is a Nigerian, Finnish and Swedish writer, thinker and speaker and referred to as one of the leading voices of contemporary feminism. Listed alongside Angelina Jolie and Michelle Obama as one of '12 women changing the world' by ELLE Magazine, she is a regular writer for The Guardian, a columnist for The Guardian Nigeria and founder of the award winning blog, MsAfropolitan, a go to for African and Black feminist perspectives with over a million views. She is a regular speaker at international platforms including Yale University to TED to the Oxford Union as well as the BBC, Channel 4, Deutsche Welle, TV Ontario and SVT. With an MA in Gender Studies (Distinction) from SOAS, London and a BA in Political Science from University of Lund, Sweden as well as an Honorary Fellowship in Writing at the Hong Kong Baptist University, she brings a multidisciplinary expertise from a variety backgrounds to her work. She has lived in Nigeria, Sweden, Spain and New York and now lives in London, from where she is passionately committed to promoting progressive and positive change.