we are a global magazine dedicated to highlighting and celebrating women, of diverse backgrounds, by sharing their personal stories and achievements.
UNUM aspires to raise awareness of extraordinary women to impact, inspire and build a sense of community and connection worldwide, to show that despite what divides us, as one, we are stronger together.
UNUM MAGAZINE grew out of a desire to create a platform that highlights and showcases the stories of diverse women across the globe to elevate and inspire others. Taken from the Latin phrase "e pluribus unum," or "out of many, one," UNUM centers around the idea that though we are many and individual, as one we are stronger than we can be apart. It's meant to be firmly apolitical, but the idea of one coming from many resonated with what we were hoping to achieve with the magazine. We want to provide a place to inspire, connect, learn and support each other.
Each issue of UNUM focuses on an overarching theme that brings together women around the world who are mentors, changemakers, creatives and much more. We want to celebrate women's achievements and share ideas and advice from women in various fields but also provide a medium to give voice to women’s personal stories and perspectives that unite us across race, background, opinion, belief, and other differences that divide. Each story is about women around us everyday with stories of courage, dedication and triumph. The women thriving for change, working on solutions, and giving hope to others. The women making history today.
Please contact Tricia English at email@example.com for any inquiries about UNUM MAGAZINE or to nominate a woman to be featured. Thank you for reading and for being part of this conversation.
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
With a background in product development and business, Tricia has spent most of her life as a designer as well as helped manage and operate businesses from start-ups to well-established entities. After spending many years working in visual design, she decided she wanted to change paths to do something positive and meaningful that supported, celebrated, and connected women around the world. So taking her love of design and passion for meaningful connections, she decided to start a magazine that focuses on the stories and voices of inspiring women worldwide. Photo by Tira Howard Photography
Sara has worked for over a decade in the fields of art, fashion, and tech—serving in various capacities from project manager, editor, grant writer, content creator, marketer, and publicist.
Sara has a B.A. in Art History from Boston University and studies Italian, Dutch and Spanish. She loves eating sugar and traveling, ideally to foreign cities.
Krissy graduated with a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She feels artists are an essential component to sustaining a collaborative community and providing positive change. She's a lover of a good book, hiking, baking, pets, drawing, photography, cheese, sewing, TV, cuddling, and volunteering with animal rescues. She currently resides in Louisville, KY.
Maria was born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she currently lives working as a freelance journalist. She wrote several 2017 cover stories in the Santa Fe Reporter, and had a former column called Bed Head, which focused on New Mexico-based fashion. She also makes clothing and sells curated vintage through her online shop Heirmana. Over the past year, Maria has become more and more dedicated to telling women's stories, as she feels it is the best work she can do during this time of change, awakening and female empowerment. She highlights women who are inspiring movements, breeding positivity, and spreading supportive messages to other women through their art, music, food, design, writing, and more. Photo by Ali Pharmakis.
Devra helps performing artists successfully bring their performance dreams to life through meticulous project management and core audience cultivation. She spent ten years in retail management honing her exemplary customer service skills, then another ten in theater management bringing her arts passion and business skills together. A published writer on arts topics such as arts ecosystems, gender parity in the arts, and audience development, she served as editor of The Marbury Project at The Clyde Fitch Report for three years. She holds a Masters in Arts Administration from Goucher College. If she's not hanging out with her family or in a theater, she likely has her nose stuck in a book.