Advisory Board

You will be tested.
We’ve been there too.
Our resident warriors.

LiisBeth is on the move!
We are looking for one more advisory board member. If are interested in advancing entrepreneurial feminism, we would love to hear from you! Email us at publisher@liisbeth.com

Geraldine Cahill
Director, UpSocial Canada
Cahill is committed to collaborative processes with a passion for storytelling to develop meaningful and productive projects.
Jack Jackson
Entrepreneur, Photographer
Jack Jackson found a completely new life in Toronto. Jack owns a dog walking business, dog photography business and co founds the social impact documentary photography project Don’t You Want Me. DYWM is a global photography project showcasing the beauty and resilience of LGBTQ people with their rescue dogs, giving previously silenced voices a platform to show society how discrimination and gender inequalities harm us all. Jack is a proud trans man, feminist and forever thankful to Toronto - the first place he could call home.”
PK Mutch
Enterprise Founder,
Community Caretaker,
& Publisher
Publisher, award-winning entrepreneur, for-profit social enterprise advocate, community organizer, and re-ignited feminist with over 18 years experience in the publishing industry and serving as a leader in the Toronto start-up community.
Anita Li
Journalist, Editor
Anita Li is the Director of Communities at The Discourse, a digital media company. She's also Editor-in-Chief of The Other Wave, and has served as Senior Editor at Fusion and as News Director at Complex. Other reporting and editing positions at Mashable, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, CBC and CTV. Anita frequently speaks publicly about diversity, innovation and ethics in media.
Francesca (D’Ambrosio) Da Costa
Director of Philanthropy. Equality Fund
Francesca is a feminist fundraising rock-star, and works to bringing people together to create strategic partnerships, or helping companies and organizations develop and align corporate goals.
Valerie Fox
Innovation Consultant
Valerie Fox is the co-founder of the DMZ at Ryerson University – the leading university incubator in Canada, ranked among the top three in the world – The Pivotal Point, her new venture brings entrepreneurial thinking to organizations around the globe.
You will be tested.
We’ve been there too.
Our resident warriors.

LiisBeth is on the move!
We are looking for one more advisory board member. If are interested in advancing entrepreneurial feminism, we would love to hear from you! Email us at publisher@liisbeth.com

PK Mutch
Enterprise Founder,
Community Caretaker,
& Publisher
Publisher, award-winning entrepreneur, for-profit social enterprise advocate, community organizer, and re-ignited feminist with over 18 years experience in the publishing industry and serving as a leader in the Toronto start-up community.
Valerie Fox
Innovation Consultant
Valerie Fox is the co-founder of the DMZ at Ryerson University – the leading university incubator in Canada, ranked among the top three in the world – The Pivotal Point, her new venture brings entrepreneurial thinking to organizations around the globe.
Francesca (D’Ambrosio) Da Costa
Director of Philanthropy. Equality Fund
Francesca is a feminist fundraising rock-star, and works to bringing people together to create strategic partnerships, or helping companies and organizations develop and align corporate goals.
Anita Li
Journalist, Editor
Anita Li is the Director of Communities at The Discourse, a digital media company. She's also Editor-in-Chief of The Other Wave, and has served as Senior Editor at Fusion and as News Director at Complex. Other reporting and editing positions at Mashable, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, CBC and CTV. Anita frequently speaks publicly about diversity, innovation and ethics in media.
Geraldine Cahill
Director, UpSocial Canada
Cahill is committed to collaborative processes with a passion for storytelling to develop meaningful and productive projects.
Jack Jackson
Entrepreneur, Photographer
Jack Jackson found a completely new life in Toronto. Jack owns a dog walking business, dog photography business and co founds the social impact documentary photography project Don’t You Want Me. DYWM is a global photography project showcasing the beauty and resilience of LGBTQ people with their rescue dogs, giving previously silenced voices a platform to show society how discrimination and gender inequalities harm us all. Jack is a proud trans man, feminist and forever thankful to Toronto - the first place he could call home.”