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Publisher Eleanor Smeal
Publishing Assistant Erica Hsu
Community Development Linda Bowker, Susie Gilligan

Editors Emeriti
Marcia Ann Gillespie, Elaine Lafferty, Suzanne Braun Levine, Robin Morgan

Founding Editors
Patricia Carbine, Joanne Edgar, Nina Finkelstein, Mary Peacock, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Gloria Steinem

Advisory Board
Justine Andronici, Linda Basch, Ph.D., Kathy Bonk, Martha Burk, Ph.D., Gaylynn Burroughs, Nohelia Canales, Helen Cho, Ina Coleman, Abigail Disney, Kim Gandy, Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Ph.D., Elizabeth Hemmerdinger, Dolores Huerta, Lisa Lee, Ph.D., Camryn Manheim, Rielle Montague, Kathy Najimy, Amy Richards, Alix Ritchie, Lorraine Sheinberg, Eleanor Smeal, Jane E. Smith, Ed.D., Katherine Spillar, Ronnie Steinberg, Ph.D., Gloria Steinem, Jenny Warburg, Evelyn White, Jacqueline Woods, Peg Yorkin, Helen Zia

Committee of Scholars
Chair: Bonnie Thornton Dill, Ph.D., President, National Women's Studies Association & Dean, College of Arts and Humanities, U. of MD; Carrie Baker, J.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Program for the Study of Women and Gender Studies, Smith College; Linda Basch, Ph.D., President, National Council for Research on Women ; Kum-Kum Bhavnani, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology & Chair, Women, Culture, Development Program, UC Santa Barbara; Audrey Bilger, Ph.D., Faculty Director of the Center for Writing & Public Discourse, Associate Professor of Literature, Claremont McKenna College; Kelly Brown Douglas, Ph.D., Elizabeth Conolly Todd Distinguished Professor of Religion Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religion, Goucher College; Nohelia Canales, M.S., Life Sciences, East Los Angeles College; Jennifer Cognard-Black, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of English, and Coordinator, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program, St. Mary’s College of MD; Irasema Coronado, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, U. of TX, El Paso; Norlisha F. Crawford, Ph.D., English/ African American Studies, UW Oshkosh; Aviva Dove-Viebahn, Ph.D., Visual and Cultural Studies, U of Northern CO; Julie R. Enszer, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Women's Studies, U of MD, College Park; Kryn Freehling-Burton, M.A., Lecturer and Online Program Coordinator, Women's Studies, OR State U; Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez, Ph.D., Associate Professor of American Studies and Center for Mexican American Studies, U of TX Austin; Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Ph.D., Anna Julia Cooper Professor of Women's Studies/ Director, Women's Research and Resource Center, Spelman College; Janell Hobson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Women's Studies/Graduate Director University at Albany, SUNY; Valerie Ann Johnson, Ph.D., Mott Professor and Director, Africana Women's Studies, Bennett College; Karon Jolna, Ph.D., Program Director, Ms. in the Classroom, Research Scholar, UCLA Center for the Study of Women; L. S. Kim, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Film and Digital Media, UC Santa Cruz; Allison B. Kimmich, Ph.D., Executive Director, National Women’s Studies Assoc.; Kimi Lynn King, J.D./Ph.D., Associate Professor, Political Science, U. of N. TX; M. Bahati Kuumba, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Women's Studies/Associate Director of the Women's Research Center, Spelman College; Lisa Yun Lee, Ph.D., Director, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, Art History Department, University of Illinois at Chicago; Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, Ph.D., Director & Professor, Women's Studies Program, Southern Connecticut State University; Sheena Malhotra, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Gender and Women's Studies Department, Cal State U, Northridge; C. Nicole Mason, Ph.D., Assistant Research Professor, Executive Director, Women of Color Policy Network, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, NYU; Irma McClaurin, Ph.D., McClaurin Solutions; Michelle McGibbney Vlahoulis, M.A., Women's and Gender Studies, School of Social Transformation, AZ State University; Linda Perkins, Ph.D., Associate University Professor & Director of Applied Women's Studies & Africana Studies Certificate Program, Claremont Graduate U.; Layli Phillips Maparyan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Women's Studies Institute, GA State U.; Barbara Ransby, Ph.D., Professor of Gender & Women's Studies, African-American Studies and History & Director of Gender & Women's Studies, U. of IL at Chicago; Susan M. Shaw, Ph.D., Professor of Women's Studies, Transitional Director of the School of Language, Culture, and Society, OR State U.; Nayereh Tohidi Ph.D., Professor, Gender and Women's Studies Department, CA State U., Northridge; Laura Torsky, M.A., Women's Studies Doctoral Program, University of Maryland, College Park; Patricia Trujillo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English and Director of Writing and Rhetoric, Northern NM College; Gina Athena Ulysse, Ph.D., Associate Professor African American Studies Program and Anthropology & Director, Center for African American Studies; Wesleyan U.


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Open to highly motivated undergraduates, recent graduates and graduate students. Work with the editorial (L.A.), public relations (L.A.) or publishing staff (D.C.), and gain experience in magazine marketing, advertising, writing, researching and other areas of publication. Applicants with background in both journalism and feminist activism will be given priority. Applications are processed on a rolling basis.

Ms. Editorial Internship

West Coast: L.A. Office
We’re looking for bright, energetic, resourceful people with excellent research and writing skills. For the print magazine, our interns help gather and fact-check information, work on specific office projects, and participate in creating the magazine's National News section. For Ms. Online, interns fact-check and photo-research Ms. Blog posts, write several posts weekly, and curate outside content. This is a great opportunity to learn how the editorial side of a non-profit magazine operates -- from the inception of an idea to the final printed product -- and a great place to gain new feminist perspectives. We have fall, spring, summer, and winter internships; please specify your availability.

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We’re looking for detail-oriented, outgoing people who are very comfortable doing phone outreach and enthusiastic about Ms. and feminism. Interns will help promote each issue of Ms. Duties include booking interviews for Ms. authors and editors, researching and compiling contacts from websites and electronic databases, coming up with timely promotional ideas, and creating press materials. Interns will also help with research projects for the Feminist Majority Foundation, and during the spring internship will be involved in organizing our annual global event. Event-planning experience is helpful. Microsoft Excel and internet research skills a necessity; Word, Filemaker, Access, and html a plus.


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