Who Are We?


The GirlTalk Magazine is dedicated to empowering young women and girls to start and spread the discussion of important topics surrounding intersectional feminism, gender & sexuality, and other related issues through our bimonthly magazine. GirlTalk is a space for people to share new perspectives and art that they may not be able to share elsewhere, as well as seek new opinions to be informed in gender related issues around the globe. With articles from diverse voices covering a wide range of topics and perspectives, GirlTalk is an international magazine completely run and organized by high school students. We welcome critical and constructive discussion of gender. Hearing all genders and different sides of the political, economic, and social spectrum is essential to GirlTalk’s mission.

How We Started

GirlTalk Magazine started with the crazy vision to expand GirlTalk’s international network through developing a global feminist magazine. Eunice and Charlotte, two friends with shared a passion for advancing gender equity, took upon this project. After countless hours drafting content, seeking voices around the world, arranging designs, and interviewing women from diverse experiences, GirlTalk magazine’s idea crystallized into reality with the release of its first issue “Women in the Media” in Spring 2017. Since then, GirlTalk Magazine has expanded its middle and high school staff of writers, artists, and contributors around to the world, and has continued to tackle important gender, sexuality, and intersectional feminist issues.



Charlotte Kramon, Sierra Stern, & Sophie Friedberg, Co-Editors in Chief

Co-Creator, Eunice Park

Managing Coordinators, Olivia Weiner

Creative Directors, Sierra Stern and Olivia Weiner

Alex Stern, Director of Layout and Design

Hannah Ji, Director of Technology and Media

Director of Media and Outreach, Charlotte Kramon

Staff Writers: Joanna Im, Mason Maxam, Monie Choi, Zelda Barnz, Alyse Rovner, Lily Kramon, Lola Brown