Actor Type

Civil Society

Justice Area(s)

Community Health and Collective Security

Disability Justice

Economic Justice

Environmental Justice

Gender Justice

Human Rights

AI Impact(s)

Bias and discrimination

Economic harm and inequity

Environmental destruction and climate change

Gender-based Violence

Human Rights Violation

Inaccessible Tech

Lack of Data

Migrant Discrimination

Privacy Violation

Racial discrimination




Princess Lovia Tetteh is a passionate advocate for sustainable development, youth, gender, women's empowerment, people with disabilities, the environment, and peace. A development practitioner, she is a fellow of Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and the Ghana School on Internet Governance and has a keen interest in digital inclusion, local governance, gender transformative policies, and climate resilience. Tetteh holds the position of Executive Director at LoveAid Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Ghana. She is also a founding member of the Ghana Civil Society Organizations Platform on the Sustainable Development Goals, a conglomerate of 500 civil society organizations in Ghana that was founded in 2017.

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L. Lusike Mukhongo

L. Lusike Mukhongo, PhD is an Associate Professor at Western Michigan University. Her research explores global digital hegemonies, participatory digital cultures, automated biases in technology, data justice, and digital inclusion. Her ongoing research includes artificial intelligence and environmental justice, voice-enabled chatbots for women small-holder farmers in Africa, non-extractive and non-intrusive community-engaged digital storytelling, decolonizing digital hegemonies, and immersive technologies.

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Meier Galblum Haigh

Meier Galblum Haigh (they/them) is Founder and Executive Director of the Disability Culture Lab. They are a nonbinary disabled human with 15+ years of experience at the intersection of movement building, media, and communications. They specialize in big narrative change and vision-first communications. Galblum Haigh co-founded not-for-profit social justice PR firm Megaphone Strategies with Van Jones’ Dream Corps, which served over 80 progressive candidates, movements, and social impact organizations. In five years, the team Meier built and co-ran elected now Secretary Deb Haaland to Congress, launched She the People, supported movements like the Women’s March and Black Lives Matter, and helped pass legislation to protect workers across numerous states with the Working Families Party — from securing paid sick days to universal pre-k and paid leave to increasing the minimum wage. Galblum Haigh has served as a Senior Advisor with New Disabled South for the last year and is an alum of Center for Popular Democracy, FitzGibbon Media,, the Obama for America Campaign, and numerous Democratic Party campaigns at the state and local level.

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