Campaigner, speaker and writer Gina Martin is best known for founding and running the national campaign to make upskirting illegal and changing English and Welsh law by created the Voyeurism Act. Three other countries have since followed suit.
Gina’s first book Be The Change is a practical guide for activists starting out and she has written for platforms such as Stylist, Grazia, The Telegraph, World Economic Forum, Refinery29 and many others.
Gina was recently named one of the Evening Standard’s 1000 most influential people in London, TIME Magazine’s #100Next Influential people, Stylist Remarkable Women of the Year and Cosmopolitan’s Disrupter of The Year at the Influencer Awards.
Gina’s Gamechangers: a six-part 1-hour slot which first appeared on Nihal Arthenyake’s 1pm-4pm show on BBC 5 Live is currently being developed into a podcast by BBC Sounds. Gina interviews extraordinary ordinary people (like her) about the incredible work they are doing.
Gina’s podcast, Might Delete Later, is hosted alongside her sister, comedian Stevie Martin and will launch Spring 2020.
Gina is an ambassador for UN Women UK and advocates for regular people creating change in their communities.