Mirca Lotz (she/they)

Mirca is a curator specializing in interdisciplinary formats, driven by a passion for breaking creative boundaries, creating social impact through events, and fostering communities. As an activist, speaker and diversity consultant, she has played a pivotal role in advancing gender equality and diversity in music, serving as a music innovator for the Keychange project, co-founding the musicBYwomen* and Music Women* Germany.network and networking the networks through an online event and platform “Network the Networks”. With their IDE agency “Safe the Dance” they have worked with organizations like Tresor Club, Berlin Music Commission or the European Championships/The Roofs Festival on becoming safer spaces – always keeping intersectionality at the centre of their actions. 2022 saw her joining Most Wanted: Music festival & conference as a senior programme manager.

Johanna Bauhus (she/her) 

Johanna founded the feminist music label “Ladies&Ladys” in 2016 and has been fighting sexism in the music industry on all fronts ever since. For example, she developed Germany’s first gender-sensitive music contract with “anti-sexism clauses”. Creatinng awareness concepts, including team training, they have turned major punk rock festivals into safer spaces. . She co-founded ´Safe The Dance bringing her practical experience in implementing safer space concepts to her work. She co-developed “Network The Networks”, an event for networking all feminist music networks. She is also a product designer and process developer (M.Sc.; Dipl.Ing. (FH); B.Eng.) and has worked for years, among other things, as an innovation manager.



Sho Tatai (he/him) 

Isa Sander (she/they)

Isa is a community manager, singer-songwriter, and Diversity-Equity-Inclusion consultant with a passion for musical connectedness. Through her work, she actively seeks to change the status quo and particularly values intersectional approaches.During her bachelor’s degree in social and cultural anthropology, she lived in New Orleans, USA, for a year where she studied inequalities in music history and street music culture. Inspired by her findings, Isa wrote her Gender Studies Master’s thesis on structural barriers in the music industry, exploring strategies and practices of music networks to counteract said barriers. Since 2022, Isa has been the Project Lead of musicBwomen*, the Berlin network of Music Women* Germany. As part of the project, she advises FLINTA+ people on experienced barriers and career planning, organizes community events, and participates in conferences and projects across the EU. Isa combines experience from project and communication management, event management, gender equality work, and creating Awareness Guides and Code of Conducts. Since 2023, she has been part of the Safe the Dance team and the Intersectional Perspectives on City, Art and Culture collective.

Mai Strathmann (no pronouns)

Hannah Louve Benedum (she/her) 

Carmen Westermeier (she/her)