Amina Doherty is a Nigerian/Antiguan feminist. In her work, she finds the natural flow between creativity and activism. Amina is a content curator and creative who strives to bring together people and ideas to create positive change. Through actively supporting transformational work from artists, dreamers, activists, and organizations that strengthen social change, Amina is focused on helping to build a more colorful, equal, and just world.
As a consultant, Amina has worked with a diverse range of clients including governments, international NGOs, community-led groups, women’s funds, and individual philanthropists. She has a special interest in resourcing Black feminist movements and is a founding member and the first Director of FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund.
Currently, Amina is the Director of the Women’s Voice and Leadership-Caribbean program at the Equality Fund.
Amina holds a B.A. in Political Science and Women’s Studies from McGill University (Distinction) and an MSc in Gender, Development and Globalization from the London School of Economics (LSE).