Named one of KQED's Women to Watch, Luna Malbroux is a comic, writer, and creator of the award winning play, How to Be A White Man. Winner of the Comedy Hackday Grand Prize at SF Sketchfest, Luna has made international headlines as the creator of EquiTable, an app that satirically solves the wage gap by creating 'reparations, one meal at a time.' A regular contributor to national publications, Luna has been featured on Fusion TV, AJ+ and Refinery 29. With her masters in social work and international social welfare from Columbia University. Formerly the Director of Education for the Central Pacific Region of the Anti-Defamation League, Luna regularly consults with organizations on diversity, inclusion and racial justice practices. She is a featured speaker at conferences and universities across the country.
Created in part through conversations from the mapping privilege project
Featured in Glamour Magazine and KQED, Mapping Privilege is Luna Malbroux's award winning multimedia project in which she traveled across the country with one goal: to change how we talk about identity and privilege to how we listen. In her journey across the United States, she held hundreds of conversations about their understanding of identity and how it shows up in their life.