Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs (she/her) is a Trinidadian-American mom, writer, and award-winning artist and organizer. She is also a leading voice on antiracist parenting and is the author of the biweekly column, Raising Anti-Racist Kids with Romper.com. She also writes for Parents, Good Housekeeping and more. Aligned with her purpose of infusing antiracist parenting practices in the lives of everyday parents, she has interviewed many notable figures, including Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges. Tabitha consulted with Penguin on the kids book, Little Activists. Tabitha is one of the women who spearheaded the organization of the Women’s March On Washington on January 21st, 2017, helping organize the historic marches that spanned many countries and continents. She currently serves as Senior Advisor of the organization after serving as Deputy Executive Director of Program. In this role, among other duties, she has spearheaded and continues to lead partnerships with the WNBA, Lush Cosmetics, Ben & Jerry’s, Johnny Walker, Cora Women, The Body Shop and more. In 2017, Tabitha co-founded Youth Empower, the youth arm of Women’s March where, among other things, she led the team that organized the historic 2018 National School Walkouts against gun violence that saw over 2 million students demand safety from gun violence. Tabitha is on the Advisory Council of Custom Collaborative. She is also a founding member of the New York Fashion Workforce Development Coalition. Certified from Cornell University in Diversity and Inclusion, her work at the intersection of art and activism has been featured on MTV, MarketWatch, Al Jazeera, WWD, NowThis, LA Times, Forbes, Nylon and NY1, to name a few. Together with 24 other Women’s March organizers, she was recognized as one of Glamour Magazine’s 2017 Women of the Year. She has been featured in the book, 200 Women Who Will Change The Way You See The World. She was also named one of 100 Women Who Stood Up To Trump In His First 100 Days. Tabitha has a speech impediment and is learning to live with her stutter more and more each day. She is raising two incredible kids with her favorite human, Adam.