Micha Frazer-Carroll is a writer and campaigner from London. She founded and edited Blueprint, a mental health magazine, and was Cambridge University Students’ Union’s Welfare and Rights Officer from 2017-18. In the latter role, she successfully campaigned for the University Counselling Service to provide students of colour with access to therapists of colour. In the media sphere, she has edited for gal-dem, the Runnymede Trust, HuffPost and the Guardian, and has also supported activist groups with their communications. She is author the author of Mad World, a book on the politics of mental health (2023).