Tina Mitchell is a freelance writer and graphic designer with a Ph.D. from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where she also taught for fifteen years. After working for the Financial Transitionist Institute, she learned how economic illiteracy was hindering people in various life stages. She has written for The Tokenist and is currently a content writer and graphic designer for various clients. In addition to her work as a freelancer, she cofounded im-possible, a nonprofit, transdisciplinary think tank that focuses on posthumanism and our developing human condition. She is also the editor of The Turnip Truck(s), an award-winning journal focused on the dialectics of the human and its environments. When she’s not working, you can find her sailing, surfing, or climbing a tree—hoping the heightened view will reveal deeper connections.