Jamia Wilson is a feminist media activist, organizer, and storyteller who currently serves as the TED Prize Storyteller at TED Conferences. She is the executive director of Youth Tech Health (YTH), providing cutting-edge ways to use social media and mobile technology to advance youth health and wellness. The former Women's Media Center vice-president of programs, Jamia has worked at Planned Parenthood, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, People for the American Way, and New York University. Her words and works have been featured in Alternet, CBS News, C-SPAN, Forbes.com, Fox.com, Good magazine, GRIT TV, In These Times, Ms. Magazine, the Today Show, Rookie magazine, the Washington Post, and more.
Jamia Wilson is a contributor to Women of Spirit and Faith’s 2011 anthologies, Women, Spirituality, and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power; Rookie: Yearbook One, Our Bodies, Ourselves 2011 Edition; Madonna and Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop; and I Still Believe Anita Hill. Jamia is a member of the Hollaback! advisory board, the Feminist.com and Omega Institute boards, and the #femfuture leadership team. She is also a co-founding leadership committee member of SPARK Movement.