The team that makes Geez go.
- Editor: Lydia Wylie-Kellermann
- Associate Editor: Tuhina Verma Rasche
- Associate Editor: Mashaun D. Simon
- Art Director: Lucia Wylie-Eggert
- Associate Publisher: Em Jacoby
- Circulation Manager: Claire Peace
- Circulation Assistant: Madeline Bohl
- Media Coordinator: Drew Stever
- Creative Associate: Céline Chuang
- Assistant Editor: Alyssa Selasky
- Poetry Editor: Melanie Weldon-Soiset
- Staff Photographer: Daniel Wylie-Eggert
- Section and news editors:
Rachel Barber and Mandy Elliott, Film Review
Dean Dettloff, Civil Disobedience
Theo Kayser, Catholic Worker
Marcia Lee and en sawyer, Taproot
Bre Woligroski, Feministry
Bill Wylie-Kellermann, Elderword
- Web Developer: Derek Hogue
- Publisher: Geez Press Inc.
Lydia Wylie-Kellermann (she/her) is a mother, activist, and writer. She is the director of Kirkridge Retreat and Study Center on Lenape land in the mountains of eastern Pennsylvania. She is the editor of the anthology The Sandbox Revolution: Raising Kids for a Just World.
Tuhina Verma Rasche
Tuhina Verma Rasche (she/her) is a second-generation Indian American raised in a devout Hindu household. She is an (un)intentional troublemaker. She is also an ordained minister of Word and Sacrament in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is one of the digital curators of the Anam Cara Community, a digital first community in the North Carolina Synod, ELCA. She and her spouse live in North Carolina where they’ve taken to bird watching and squirrel chasing.
Mashaun D. Simon
A former pastor, award-winning journalist, cultural competency and equity specialist, marketing strategist, and facilitator, Rev. Mashaun D. Simon (he/him/they) is a justice advocate who works to highlight the lived experiences of communities often excluded by dominant society through his preaching, writing, and scholarship. Born and raised in Atlanta, he and his husband currently live just outside of Atlanta in Stone Mountain, GA.
Lucia Wylie-Eggert (she/her) is an artist and activist with a passion for print layout. She was raised in the Catholic Worker tradition and finds home in wooded paths and summer gardens. In addition to her work with Geez, Lucia is co-owner of and designer for Three Lyons Creative, a family-run video creative agency committed to nonprofits and small businesses. She raises 2 children with her partner Daniel.
Em Jacoby (she/her) enjoys the contrasting roles of poring over precise spreadsheets for small non-profits and the beautiful chaos of raising three curious kids with her hubby. She can usually be found kneading sourdough, turning soil in the community garden, rallying for affordable housing or following a toddler around her hometown of Chicago, Illinois.
Drew (pronouns are they/he) comes to the work from southern California, on the land of Tongva and Chumash peoples. @drwstvr is a queer, trans Lutheran pastor serving at a church in Los Angeles. In his time outside of work, Drew has taken a liking to woodturning, adding new appendages to his family’s bird feeder, and making arts and crafts with his family. Drew is a Cancer moon, Cancer sun, and Libra rising and confidently pretends to know what all of that actually means.
Céline Chuang (she/her) is a writer, facilitator, designer and art-maker based out of amiskwaciwâskahikan ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ, Treaty 6 territory, otherwise known as Edmonton, Canada. She co-runs a neighborhood used bookstore and can also be found making congee, raising a racket against gentrification, and getting to know her magical prairie plant relations.
Founding editor Aiden Enns is former managing editor of Adbusters magazine (2001-2003) and founder of Buy Nothing Christmas. Raised as an urban Anabaptist, he finds hope in struggling for justice. Ched Myers, an activist theologian in California, advises Aiden: “Have one foot in the church and one outside. And keep your weight on the one outside.”
Founding designer Darryl Brown is a designer and illustrator in Oregon. A Quaker by birth and by choice, Darryl resists the suburban lifestyle by heating his home with wood and riding bike to work. He’s the art director at George Fox University.