Gina Martin


Martin moved to Melbourne this year but continues to engage her UK audience, especially via her activist work. She continuously make an impact – for example, this year she donated £1 to National Network of Abortion Funds and Abortion Support Network every time a man messaged her saying abortion is murder. She also featured in Glamour UK’s International Women’s Day campaign, Allyship in the Face of Misogyny. In terms of commercial work, she collaborated with The Body Shop and the UN Youth Envoy for its #BeSeenBeHeard campaign, which aimed to encourage more people under 30 to work in public office.