Nuala Cabral

We Are the Changemakers Speaker Bio

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I am a change maker because I cannot just sit and patiently wait for change to happen. Too much is at stake-we must do something
— Nuala Cabral

About Nuala

Nuala Cabral is an educator, activist and award-winning filmmaker, who has taught media production, media advocacy and media literacy in high schools, colleges and community centers. Nuala's commitment to social justice informs her teaching, activism and creative practice. While earning a Master’s degree in Media Studies and Production from Temple University, Nuala co-founded a media literacy/activist project with women of color called FAAN (Fostering Activism & Alternatives Now!).  In addition to her media interests, Nuala is a founding member of Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100) and active in the movement around gender based violence and street harassment.  Currently, Nuala manages communications and youth media at the University Community Collaborative at Temple University where she oversees their award-winning youth news program, POPPYN (Presenting Our Perspective: Philly Youth News.)