Terri Lomax, Founder & CEO

Terri, originally from Philadelphia but raised in San Diego, CA, is a Blogger, Speaker, and Brand Strategist, who empowers women who struggle with tech to leverage social media and personal branding to grow their audience and impact. She also manages the flourishing online community of more than 4,000 ambitious women on a mission, via the Mocha Girls Pit Stop blog, which is where women of color refuel on motivation and ignite their lives. Learn more about Terri here.



 Rachel Cargle, Content Writer

Rachel Cargle is an activist, writer and speaker. Her work is rooted in providing tools and resources for women and their allies to form valid opinions and take meaningful action on the issues that matter to us. She is the co-founder of The Ripple an intersectional women’s collective and the Chief editor of The State Of The Woman, a weekly newsletter that brings its subscribers a round up of women’s affairs. Rachel is currently living in NYC and attending Columbia University. You can catch more of Rachel on IG @1thatgotawayy or at her website.



Nancy DeVille, Community Manager

With a over a decade of journalism experience, Nancy DeVille has done work for several media outlets including NPR, USA Today, The Tennessean and Youth Radio. She’s also a journalism educator who has taught workshops and university courses. The Bay Area native studied history at Fisk University in Nashville and received her Master of Journalism degree from the UC Berkeley. When she’s not writing, Nancy enjoys browsing bookstores for good fiction novels, catching a movie or exploring the Bay Area’s vibrant food scene. Connect with Nancy on Twitter here.