Bossy Management was born in 2017, and was summoned to answer the prayers of busy feminists everywhere. Bossy Management is designed to solve all sorts of knotty problems: we handle overloaded calendars, social media management, and community organisations and outreach.
Jess is a passionate feminist activist, academic, and social media enthusiast. She completed her PhD in feminist activism and social media at Swinburne University of Technology in 2018, and has presented at a number of national and international conferences. Outside of this, Jess has also previously led the organising team at SlutWalk Melbourne, and participated in the organisation at Girls On Film Festival. Jess’ own website is over here.
Combining her love of organisation with her passion for feminism, Jess has been managing the workload of fellow feminists since she was an undergraduate student. She commenced formally managing and organising other feminists in 2015, and in 2017 turned this into what is now known as Bossy Management.
Aisha Pachoud is a kiwi born Melbourne based feminist. She has an obsession with audio storytelling and a love of creative communication.
Through different career paths from NFP’s to Educational tourism, Aisha has extensive experience in public presenting and program facilitation.
With a penchant for the weird and unusual, Aisha hosts a late-night show on Triple RRR, “Mystifying Melbourne”, all about exploring the more quirky and often overlooked aspects of Victoria.
She’s also currently in pre-production of a new podcast, “Fang Girls”, about vampire folklore and pop culture coming early 2022.