Ranjeeta, whose name in Sanskrit means “to fall in love with”, is a first-generation migrant and emerging writer. After having spent years escaping domestic, sexual, and family violence, she’s re-discovering her voice and healing through writing. She also likes to explore intersectionality, feminism and diverse experiences through her stories, one of which was a gold-medallist in the Commonwealth Essay Writing Competition. Currently, Ranjeeta is a survivor-advocate with the Full Stop Foundation, pushing for accessible trauma-informed support across NSW. She also engages in activism against gender-based violence as a She’s a Crowd Ambassador and has launched “Falling through the Cracks”, an advocacy campaign for migrant and refugee women to share their stories of creating a safer future in Australia.