Eileen Kelly

Eileen Kelly

GirlBoss

Eileen created this platform for her younger self and peers. She wanted to make a space on the internet where people can come to ask questions and talk about things, the media doesn’t touch on, focusing primarily on
sex education. She grew up attending Catholic school and experienced firsthand the negative effects of a lacking sex education. This is her vision even though she’s the first one to tell you, she can’t do it alone and that’s where the
team comes in.

 

adham foda

adham foda

Web Developer

Adham is the coder behind KAAST. He built our site from the ground up, and has continued to manage the technical aspects of our growth. Adam hails from Long Island and attended NYU.

Bryan Rivera

Bryan Rivera

Graphic Designer

Bryan is our graphic designer. Bryan and Adam designed and built out the site and forum together. When he’s not working on content for KAAST, Bryan designs album art and merchandise. He has worked with many
well-known artists, including Kanye West, Kali Uchis, Post Malone, Kehlani, Pusha T, and Vic Mensa.

Bryan Rivera

Madison Utendahl

Creative Director At Large

Madison Utendahl is the Creative Director At Large for KAAST. She is also Head of Content & Social at Museum of Ice Cream. Madison began her career working as an assistant at Last Week Tonight with
John Oliver and later as a Creative at Refinery29. A graduate of Brown University and native New Yorker, Madison considers her upbringing in extraordinarily creative and diverse spaces as the impetus behind her passion for digital storytelling
and narrative building. She spends her free time volunteering at the Lower East Side Girls Club and hanging with her pets, Lou & Izzy.

Jilian

Jacob Seferian

Editor

Jacob is a Brooklyn based writer. Primarily focused on the relationship between culture and identity politics, his work has been published on Polyester Zine, Myopía, V Magazine, and more. He enjoys Donna Summer in his
spare time.

Jilian

Rachel Schwartz

Editor

Rachel is one of our editors and our guidebook writer. She does her best to make sure our content is inclusive, accurate and clear. She is an artist and dancer who enjoys cooking, subverting gender norms and dismantling
the patriarchy. Rachel grew up in LA with her lesbian moms and learned how to spot and call out homophobia and sexism from a young age. She is currently a senior at Princeton University.

Maya Hertz

Ciarra Davidson

Editor

Ciarra is currently a fourth-year English student at UCLA. She is interested in learning and writing about the intersections of politics and the policing of women’s bodies. Originally from New Jersey, Ciarra spends her
free time surfing, talking about The Golden Girls, or making veggie tacos.

Annabelle Schwartz

Annabelle Schwartz

Intern

Annabelle Schwartz is a current intern at KAAST. She is a student at Eugene Lang The New School. She spent the last two years teaching sex education to high school students, lobbying for reproductive health bills and
organizing volunteers with Planned Parenthood. While in high school, she served as a Teen Council Member at her local Planned Parenthood in Oregon. Her passion for sexual healthcare and dedication to combatting sexual assault has been
a great fit at KAAST, where she helps run the @birdsandbees Instagram page and write and put together guidebooks.

Maya Hertz

Briana Scripture

Intern

Briana Scripture is a Graphic Designer/Creative who currently attends St. Johns University. She is a feminist and activist who advocates for diversity and education. Growing up in Virginia private schools and being a
WoC, she had to turn to social media to educate herself and find her way as a mixed race woman. Briana serves as a current intern for KAAST. She puts together graphics for our decks, Instagram page, and guidebooks.

Maya Hertz

Maya Hertz

Intern

Maya Hertz is an intern at KAAST. She is a current student at Barnard University. In high school, her experience with sex education and consent was that it was downplayed and not given the attention it deserved. Her passion
for sex ed and her pursuit to make it accessible to anyone and everyone is what makes Maya such a great fit. She helps come up with project ideas and execute ones that are in the works.