Working with a bank of freelancers on a project by project basis, The Zebra Partnership founded in 2000 is a publishing, campaign and events agency that can white label, co-produce or work under their own logo. They also have Zebra Comics which is books, graphic novels and comics. Two of their publications are in the official Pankhurst Centre Library.
The Zebra Partnership is headed by Carol Ann Whitehead, a Royal Society of Arts Fellow and award-winning magazine publisher, Carol Ann is a communications expert with experience organising a variety of events from 8 to 8000, U.K. and overseas, plus organising five royal visits since 2004.
A former Associate Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University and Trustee of Walk the Plank Arts Charity, Carol Ann is also an advocate for equality and diversity she has organised International Women’s Day events since 2013. She is co-founder of the Ada Lovelace Day Zebra Wikieditathon, which aims to increase women’s global presence on Wikipedia from 17% and contributors from 10%. #ZebraTribe #Wikieditathon is very proud to be on History Pin.
Carol Ann collaborated with feminist charity FiLiA to bring their globally recognised annual conference to Manchester for 2018. Shes back planning the FiLiA 2019 conference which brings together like minded women, fighting injustices across the world, fighting #violencetowardswomen, pay disparity, #discrimination against refugees, #racism, #classism. No topic is taboo.
Carol Ann was invited by her MP to join 300 MPs and fellow potential MPs at the historic #AskHerToStand event at the Palace of Westminster the campaign is striving for 50% representation of women in Parliament.
Carol Ann is proud to be a 50:50 Parliament Ambassador.
As part of ‘The People’s Hub’ campaign team she delivered a lecture at the United Nations Youth Association in Denmark. The team are now working to support the UN Global Goals and planning a workshop for the UN Festival in 2019.