Femestella is where feminism meets pop culture. We cover everything from TV to mental and reproductive health to LGBTQ issues to politics. Our team is full of badass babes with passion, opinions, and ideas. We’re fearless and we’ll slay the patriarchy one misogynist at a time.
Lena Finkel, Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Lena is the Editor and Founder of Femestella. Prior to starting Femestella, she worked at People, InStyle, Sesame Workshop (Sesame Street) and Tiger Beat. She soon felt like her voice was becoming too watered down by the mainstream sites and realized that if she wanted a place to truly speak her mind, she would have to create it. When she’s not writing, she spends her time obsessing over all things makeup, Vanderpump Rules, and her tuxedo cat Tom.
You can read Lena’s articles here.
Steph Osmanski, Writer
Stephanie is a chai tea enthusiast with a pomsky puppy and a special penchant for telling apart the Sprouse twins. Her words can be found on Life & Style, InTouch Weekly, HelloFlo, Parents and more. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at Stony Brook Southampton.
You can read Steph’s articles here.
Kelsey Benson, Assistant Social Media Editor
Kelsey is a new media communications major and lives for all things digital media. When she’s not posting or creating content then you can probably find her dancing in the kitchen, putting on her makeup, or dreaming of traveling the world.
Michelle Vincent, Writer
Michelle is a project manager and freelance writer. She enjoys traveling, is worried she won’t love her future children as much as she loves her dogs, and is actively recruiting podcast recommendations.
You can read Michelle’s articles here.
Alysia Stevenson, Writer
Alysia Stevenson is a twenty-seven New York City transplant currently living in Florida with her boyfriend and three furbabies. When she’s not writing, you can find her watching beauty tutorials on Youtube or Parks and Rec for the millionth time.
You can read Alysia’s articles here.
Marjorie E., TV Columnist
Marjorie is a writer with a love of all things pop culture, especially when it involves sci-fi or comics. When she’s not writing about fictional characters, you can probably still find her generally obsessing over them. Owns way too many chokers.
You can read Marjorie’s articles here.
Interested in joining the team? Email our editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.