Farah A. Ghanma is currently a Software Engineering freshman in Amman, Jordan. She is also a Jordanian National Team Rugby player and has been one of the first members to join the National team in 2019. Her Rugby journey began at the end of 2017, when the first female Rugby team was founded in Jordan.
Farah has taken part in various international exchange programs and opportunities, one being the Asia Rugby Invitation. She was chosen by the Jordan Rugby Union to represent Jordan in Japan in 2019, where young Rugby players from all around Asia were invited to the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup. This was the first time a Rugby World Cup was ever held in Asia. She has also given her first TEDx talk in 2020, where she shared and discussed her journey as a Jordanian female in STEM and Rugby.
Declan Armstrong is a fourth year Bachelor of Communications (Journalism)/Laws student at the University of Technology, Sydney. Declan is an experienced sports writer with a passion for game-day reportage across all forms of media.
Dan Gardner spent seven years in Asia and is the head of Social Media and Content for Rugby 1st. A Sydney based not-for-profit sports organisation that is making a positive impact with the rugby community
Dr. Neha Malhotra is a researcher whose focus is on motor skill acquisition in sporting, medical and other professional (e.g., driving) contexts. She is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Nanyang Technological University and an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. You can follow her @Nayhamal on twitter.