Meet the Team


Renee “collins” Ervin


A creative both at heart and in practice, Collins finds joy in all forms of art whether it’s performing arts, visual art, spoken word, or anything in between. She is equally, if not more, passionate about music and hopes to one day meld these passions into a business of her own. When she’s not daydreaming about future business ventures, Collins spends her days as a consultant with Deloitte specializing in customer experience strategy and design. Prior to joining Deloitte, Collins handled a wide range of digital, social and traditional marketing strategy engagements helping businesses create meaningful connections with consumers. In between that time, she earned degrees from the University of Florida (BS) and Duke University (MBA) and bleeds blue for both her alma maters, especially during football and basketball season!

“I got involved with TWS because I love the mission, and believe something like this is long overdue. Having been in some of the places and spaces that I’ve been in, I can’t agree more that TWS provides a rare and special opportunity for Queer womxn to fellowship and celebrate with and get to know some of the amazing womxn in our community who we might not otherwise cross paths.” - Collins.


Operations manager - talent

melissa lodhi

Currently Atlanta based, Melissa enjoys life through the lens of an artist, and spent most of her career as a dancer, choreographer, dance educator and artistic director. She holds a BFA in Dance from Butler University and an MSA in Education Media Design and Technology.


Operations manager

heather “ratchet ivy league” martin


Heather is a discperson (DJ) originally from Camden, NJ known for overlaying trap music with comedic, scholastic commentary. She spends their days managing projects at a boutique consulting firm. Heather has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and BA from Princeton University.


Operations manager

danielle s. mooney

DC native and current Brooklyn creative, Danielle is an INFJ, storyteller/filmmaker, mental health & underdog advocate, and savage wallflower who enjoys live shows, baking, traveling, interior design, and sisterhood. Danielle holds an MSW from Columbia University and a BA in Psychology from Norfolk State University.