Senti Sojwal is an India-born, NYC-bred feminist writer, organizer, and reproductive justice advocate based in Brooklyn. She currently works in communications at Planned Parenthood of New York City and runs the award winning Feministing Five column at Feministing, where she's interviewed the likes of Mitski, Lizzo, Aparna Nancherla, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, and more on their organizing, art, and inspiration.
Previously, Senti was in communications and organizing at Sakhi for South Asian Women and has worked in the past with NARAL Pro-Choice America and the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program (CLPP), a leading national reproductive rights and justice organization. She has led interactive community workshops, trainings, and presentations on gender-based violence and bystander allyship at conferences, universities, and community organizations around New York City.
Senti is committed to intersectional gender justice advocacy and women & femmes of color-centered collective movement building. She writes about the intersections of race, feminism, politics, pop culture, and activism. Alongside the Feministing Five, Senti's writing on reproductive health, sexuality, and feminist issues has been featured in The Huffington Post, Mic, Bustle, and others.
Senti graduated with a BA from Hampshire College in Gender Studies and Politics and is currently pursuing her Masters in Public Health at New York University, concentrating in women’s and reproductive health. She is a proud member of women's activist training camp The Broad Room and serves on the leadership committee of New York City's first Asian American Feminist Collective.
Follow her on Twitter @senti_narwhal for musings on current events and Cardi B gifs!