Jennifer Nini is the founder of EWP and the Head Honcho who hates being referred to as the ‘boss’ although that’s exactly what she is. A true ‘ENTJ‘, Jen – as she prefers to be called – is a solutions-oriented individual who has deep respect for people who take action to solve global problems, and dislikes any inefficiency. A self-professed feminist, Jennifer believes in equality and inclusivity and calls out gender bias and lack of cultural diversity any time she spots it. She is a biophiliac, co-owns a certified organic farm, lives off-grid and is an imperfect vegan. You can learn more about Jennifer Nini here.
What started off as a blog in 2010 by eco fashion advocate and environmental activist Jennifer Nini has grown to become a new kind of media brand, redefining what it means to live sustainably. It delivers the latest in green intelligence, the way you prefer to read it: cleverly, honestly and analytically – without the fluff and BS.
Eco Warrior Princess believes in media that matters. We report on the following topics: sustainability, social justice, ethical fashion, conscious living, feminism, responsible business, green tech and politics.
Eco Warrior Princess is made possible with the passion, talent and skills of other individuals who make up the core team and is the key reason we accept advertising revenue – they are paid for their contribution because we believe in ‘fair trade’.
To read more about how our ethical standards relates to advertising, read our disclosure.
So with all that said, we’d love for you to meet our team.
Amanda Lopez is a freelance writer, editor, and self-styled yogi from Quezon City, Philippines. Born aggressively well-meaning with a permanent chip on her shoulder, her long-term goals include loving unconditionally, building impressive upper body strength, and creating as much positive impact—on others, on the environment, and on herself—as possible.
Aside from being Jen’s fiance, Ben is also the silent business partner. He comes up with ideas and input for strategic direction, is the undisputed office clown, makes sure that everyone gets paid properly and is the one they blame if they aren’t! He is also the magician that makes Jen look amazing at each and every photo shoot she agrees to do. Ben is an entrepreneur in his own right, running multiple other businesses as well as their certified organic permaculture farm.
Polly Michelle Cunanan is the London-based political and academic correspondent for Eco Warrior Princess who reports on current sustainability news and events. She has a degree in Broadcast Communication and is currently studying MA International Public Relations and Global Communications Management at Cardiff University. When she’s not studying or reading up and reporting on current political news, she’s enjoying the simpler things in life such as travelling and spending time with friends and family.
Armed with an undergraduate degree in English Literature and Creative Writing, Mary Imgrund’s writing has been published in both local magazines and national journals. After graduating, she co-founded The HBG Flea, a monthly curated market for handmade and vintage goods in Harrisburg, PA in hopes of empowering artisans to find a consistent audience and shoppers to buy more sustainably. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Political Communication at American University. Currently splitting her time between D.C. and PA, she tries to stay sane with splurging on skincare, tending her plants, and doing yoga.
Sustainability consultant by day, freelance writer and blogger by night, Chloé is before anything else an environmentalist and an animal lover with a small obsession for her dog. When not discovering the latest green innovation or watching TED talks at inappropriate hours, you’ll find her travelling and discovering new cultures and food. Check out her personal blog The Green Monki here.
Cassandra Ciarallo is an ethical fashion educator at Fashion Takes Action, is founder of eco-friendly accessories company Chic Made Consciously and the brains behind education business, Wear The Change Movement. Whilst travelling through South East Asia and meeting artisans repurposing scrap materials into jewellery, she found her calling. Her life’s purpose is centred around raising awareness of the impacts of our shopping habits and transforming consumer behaviour.
Kate Hall is an ethical living advocate, brand-rep, zero-waste enthusiast, and lover of all things hand-made and environmentally responsible. As a small business owner and freelance writer, when she’s not huddled away in her New Zealand based bunting-filled office, you’ll find her teaching yoga at her day job, planning eco-wedding fairs, or cooking up a zero-waste storm in her eclectic styled home with her pet bird on her shoulder. To connect with Kate, head to www.ethicallykate.com
Sara Pull is a Sydney-based creative focused on making her mark one sustainable fashion step at a time. Working as a publicist and freelance writer her passion is to support and share the stories of people exploring ethical and sustainable practices in the fashion and beauty industries.
Happily married for more than a decade and blessed with her unico hijo, Myraine manages Adam and Eve Organique (home of premium oolong and green teas, organic soaps and other skincare products), and runs her own blog too — all while still doing her ‘first love’ — being a freelance writer, editor and content manager of some online publication sites. Mommy Mai believes in the power of three F’s: Faith, Family and Friends. Since she knows she’s been blessed, she continues to be a blessing to others… even in her own little ways.
Megan O’Malley is one half of the dynamic dorky duo, Walk Sew Good. Along with her friend Gab, she walked 3500km across Southeast Asia in search of positive fashion stories to share with the world. Previously Head of Research for Project JUST, Megan is a passionate advocate for sustainable fashion and conducting research is her forte. In her previous lives, she was a cruise ship dancer and a vintage e-commerce store owner.
Nnaemeka Ugochukwu is a lawyer, writer and business innovation specialist based in Nigeria. He is passionate about startups, fashion, equality and information sharing. Nnaemeka believes it is everyone’s duty to make conscious decisions to create a better world. When he’s not busying himself with his work, he is indulging in his love of poetry.
Olivia is an eco-writer, producer, science graduate and ocean enthusiast. After moving from London to Sydney, she found her love for the outdoors and recycled textiles, which led her to start writing about science and sustainable fashion. Olivia is really passionate about brands using fashion for good and innovation in the industry. She now splits her time between several not-for-profit organisations in communication roles. Olivia is also a Centre for Sustainability Leadership alumni and sits on the Fashion Revolution committee for Australia & New Zealand.
We are currently hiring!
Eco Warrior Princess is seeking strong and experienced writers who can cover complex political and sustainability topics, can attend political rallies and exclusive sustainability and eco fashion events, as well as write product reviews.
If you live in the main cities of Melbourne, Sydney, New York City, Los Angeles, London, Amsterdam and Berlin, we’d love to hear from you!
If you enjoy writing and have a passion for sustainability and conscious lifestyle and like our mission and want to join the team, contact us with your expression of interest along with examples of your writing.
These are paid opportunities.