Kara M. Zone is a writer, editor, designer, and the founder/CEO of ink. a media and design company. She created ink.mdc with the idea that business culture could implement compassion and still successfully help clients build a comprehensive revenue stream.
She works with clients to design and mold brands in a way that shows innovation, empowerment, and consciousness.
In her free time, she plays board games with her family, watches terrible television shows, and reads books in bed at an obscenely early hour of the night.
She holds a bachelor’s in anthropology and in religious studies from Youngstown State University. She has juggled various endeavors over the past 10 years, having worked as a screenwriter, fiber artist, costume designer, fantasy faire character actress, project manager, social media content creator, and stay-at-home mom.
She enjoys the great outdoors (the wilder the better), knitting, playing games, and making people laugh with stupid jokes.
assistant editor, staff writer, high meme priestess
Dr. Jessica Paull is a doctor, but cannot help with that rash--please see your regular medical provider. Her degree is in sociology, with a focus on inequality, which she uses to analyze pop culture or anything within a 10-foot radius. Jessica’s happy place is filled with coffee, puppies, and vintage dresses. She hopes to leave the world slightly better than she found it.
content contributor, staff writer, pop culture aficionado
Aanchal Bhattacharya has inspiration flowing through her veins.
She holds a first-class joint honors degree in history and religious studies from McGill University. She is also a Wasserman Scholar and has a master's degree in cinema studies from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. From Indulging in creative writing to directing short films, Aanchal's passion has driven her to artistically express herself in this ever-changing world.
No matter how busy life gets, Aanchal always makes time for watching movies/television shows, listening to awesome music, and engaging in inspiring "food for thought" discussions with family and friends.