Sally Al Haq (she/they/هي) is the joint coordinator of the Whose (Digital) Archives? Programme. She is a writer, feminist, and educator. In her work as an educator, she focuses on the intersections of gender, history, colonialism and nationalism. She explores decolonized approaches to knowledge and education in the hope of bridging the political and the personal. She is a co-founder of the Ikhtyar African Feminist Collective (2013-2022); a knowledge production space in Arabic. Sally hopes for her work in exploring archives as a medium to co-create both collective and digital memories to mend systematic erasures. Sally is a lover of words, trees, cats, and kind hearts. She finds dream lands in both nature and literature.