Jessica Horn is a panAfrican feminist activist with roots in Uganda- and a writer, strategist and movement builder around embodied transformation. Her activism on body politics began as an HIV/AIDS peer educator in her teens, and in the three decades since she has been part of African and global feminist activism around sexual and reproductive rights, ending violence against women, challenging religious fundamentalisms and building spaces and methodologies for feminist wellbeing and radical care. Jessica works on both the ‘front’ end of activism as a public advocate and writer, but also the back end of building up feminist infrastructure through funding, training and building critical consciousness. Her analysis has been published in both academic and media platforms including The Lancet, Al Jazeera, Feminist Africa, Africa is a Country and The Guardian. She is a founding member of the African Feminist Forum, and author of a forthcoming book on African feminist praxis.