Odom Media Management
Shabnam Banerjee-McFarland (she/her) is an Associate Agent at Odom Media Management. Throughout her career, she has worked in independent media aimed at providing tools, resources, and frameworks that support movement-building. As an editor, she has worked with New York Times bestselling authors, speakers, and activists on books and digital training products on topics of intersectionality, racial and gender justice, decolonization, identity, and community organizing. She received her B.A. from University of California, Berkeley and M.A. from Columbia University in American Studies focusing her research on gender, race, and media. She is looking to work on book projects aimed at progressive structural change across social, culture, and political institutions. She enjoys working with activists, organizers, scholars, and trainers on topics that provide actionable frameworks to redistribute wealth, power, and resources to create a more equitable future. Right now, she is most focused on non-fiction books about racial capitalism and closing the racial wealth gap, decolonization, and an intersectional, gender-inclusive approach to equity and equality. You can follow her on Twitter.
Years of Industry Experience