Who We Are

Creative Director
Designer
Production Manager

Una Lee

Creative Director
For nearly twenty years, Una’s work has been dedicated to answering the question, what does justice in design look like? Through her practice and organizing work, she attempts to use design to build the world we need, while also pushing the design field to be accountable for its impact on the world we live in. She instigated the creation of a set of shared principles for design justice, which led to her co-founding the Design Justice Network, an international community of thousands of designers and people impacted by design. She helped coin the term "consentful tech" and created a feminist framework for consent in technology that has resulted in a cultural shift in conversations about privacy and security. In addition to serving as creative director at And Also Too, she is the design director at Allied Media Projects.


Una has been a visiting designer at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, a presenter at the Toronto Biennial of Art, a fellow at UC Berkeley’s Center for Technology, Society, and Policy, and a recipient of a Royal Society of Arts award.

Photo of Una Lee, a Korean woman with long hair, wearing black and standing in front of a weathered red barn wall

Guadalupe Pérez Pita

Designer
Lupe is an Argentinean graphic designer, researcher and design thinker at the service of social justice initiatives. Interested in questions of power, identity and politics, she is an advocate for collaborative design as an avenue for social change. Lupe holds a BFA from Concordia University (Double Major in Design and Philosophy), and is a Certified Permaculture Designer. Residing in Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal, Lupe daydreams of futures of liberation while sipping mate pretty much all day long.

Adriana Warner

Designer
Adriana Warner is a designer, organizer, and educator who believes that design is a powerful political tool. To that end she has collaborated with organizations committed to social change, such as NAACP Maine and the Design Studio for Social Intervention in Boston. She currently works as an in-house designer for a DEI consultancy, and holds an adjunct position with Fordham University’s graphic design department teaching ‘Art, Design & Politics’. When she isn’t working, she can be found organizing with the Afrosocialists and Socialists of Color Caucus of the Democratic Socialists of America, as well as the Fight For Our Lives Coalition’s NYC chapter. Adriana Warner holds a BFA from Maine College of Art (2012) and lives in Brooklyn with her twin.

Lara Stefanovich-Thomson

Designer
Lara is interested in how graphic design can have a social impact and support positive change in the world and is happy to be part of the collaborative, inventive work of And Also Too. Her previous work experience at a community art organization, literacy programs, women’s shelters and organic farming informs her design practice.
Photo - Lara Stefanovich-Thomson - And Also Too Designer

Zahra Agjee

Production Manager
Zahra Agjee is a Visual Artist whose work deals with issues of identity, representation, and the self. Agjee is the founder and director of The Truth & Dare Project that provides free visual art programs to young Muslim women in the Greater Toronto Area. She has facilitated numerous other youth programs and is committed to using the visual arts as a tool of empowerment in all of her work.
Photo: A headshot of Zahra Agjee, Studio Coordinator at And Also Too. She is smiling and wearing a black shirt.