June Eric-Udorie is a twenty-year-old British writer and feminist activist. Named Elle UK’s “Female Activist of the Year” for 2017, she has been included on lists of influential and inspiring women by the BBC, The Guardian, and more. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, New Statesman, The Telegraph, ESPN The Magazine, and Fusion, among others. She is currently an undergraduate at Duke University, where she is a recipient of the University Scholars merit scholarship, established by Melinda French Gates, and a Human Rights Scholar at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. June is the editor of the critically-acclaimed anthology, “Can We All Be Feminists?” which envisions what impact a truly intersectional feminist movement can have, published by Penguin Books in September 2018.