Jos Truitt

Jos Truitt is Executive Director of Development at Feministing. She joined the team in July 2009, became an Editor in August 2011, and Executive Director in September 2013. She writes about a range of topics including transgender issues, abortion access, and media representation. Jos first got involved with organizing when she led a walk out against the Iraq war at her high school, the Boston Arts Academy. She was introduced to the reproductive justice movement while at Hampshire College, where she organized the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program’s annual reproductive justice conference. She has worked on the National Abortion Federation’s hotline, was a Field Organizer at Choice USA, and has volunteered as a Pro-Choice Clinic Escort. Jos has written for publications including The Guardian, Bilerico, RH Reality Check, Metro Weekly, and the Columbia Journalism Review. She has spoken and trained at numerous national conferences and college campuses about trans issues, reproductive justice, blogging, feminism, and grassroots organizing. Jos completed her MFA in Printmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute in Spring 2013. In her "spare time" she likes to bake and work on projects about mermaids.

Posts Written by Jos

Bring Feministing to your school!

Since the Fall of 2009, Feministing has been traveling to college campuses to talk feminism and writing online. And we’re hitting the road again for our seventh year!

Since the Fall of 2009, Feministing has been traveling to college campuses to talk feminism and writing online. And we’re hitting the road again for our seventh year!

Poynter on how Feministing works to move beyond token diversity

Poynter – an Institute and publication that promotes exellence in journalism – published an article today about the work we do here at Feministing to promote a diversity of young feminist voices in the media.

Poynter – an Institute and publication that promotes exellence in journalism – published an article today about the work we do here at Feministing to promote a diversity of young feminist voices in the media.

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