Giannina is a communications specialist, content creator, and researcher whose work considers the intersection of race, justice, equity, access, and inclusion.

She is a narrative architect reshaping the cultural landscape as Editor-In-Chief of Mochi Magazine.

During the day, Giannina is a communications specialist, researcher and activist writer amplifying underrepresented narratives through impactful storytelling. Her work explores the intersections of race, gender, justice and inclusion – illuminating the nuances of identity often overlooked in mainstream discourse. Her mission is to use storytelling as a means to shift perspectives, drive social change, and redefine representation. 

Fun fact about Giannina: In kindergarten, she won first place in the Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators contest, locally and nationally.

  • Reproductive health and maternal justice
  • Intersectional Asian American identity
  • Disability rights and caregiver support
  • Queer theory and social justice activism
  • Copywriting, ghost writing, and editing
  • Website creation and maintenance
  • Social media strategy
  • Liberatory design
  • Santa Clara University: Bachelor’s in English, Classics, and Women’s and Gender Studies with minors in History, Retail Marketing, and Public Health Sciences
  • University of Toronto: Master’s in Women’s and Gender Studies

Impactful, broad-picture motivated, and detail-oriented, Giannina is a driven individual who thrives on interrelatedness and connectivity. Find her writing at:

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