Radhika Sanghani, 25, is an award-winning journalist for the Daily Telegraph, where she reports on women’s issues and has a regular column on everything from feminism to sexist air conditioning.
She spends unhealthy amounts of time thinking about gender equality, or the lack thereof, and has written two novels based around exactly that.
Her debut millennial comedy Virgin came out in 2014 (Joan Rivers said it was the funniest debut she’d ever read) and the much-awaited sequel Not That Easy just came out in October 2015.
When Radhika’s not writing, she regularly appears on the radio and TV to comment on women’s issues. Or she’s in the pub.
If you want to read more of her stuff, you can find her articles and column on the Telegraph’s Wonder women section. Enjoy.