Annie Poole

    Annie Poole
    Annie Poole

    2019–20 jGirls+ Magazine Editorial Board

    Annie Poole is a first year at Barnard College, where she intends to study art history and anthropology. At school, she is design director for the Journal of Art Criticism and is enjoying living in New York City. Annie grew up on Mercer Island, Washington, where she was print editor-in-chief of her high school’s student-run newspaper, co-president of Gender Equality Club, and worked with a nonprofit feminist media organization called Reel Grrls.

    Annie became involved with jGirls+ in 2018. As a member of the Editorial Board for two years, she served on the art department and culture corner her first year, and served as the head of the nonfiction department her second year. Now, as Social Media Associate, she helps Sara, our Social Media Manager, design and curate content for our social media platforms.

    Works by Annie

    Spreading Gender Pronoun Awareness in the Classroom By Annie Poole - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

    Spreading Gender Pronoun Awareness in the Classroom

    "Gender non-binary students are often overlooked in the classroom."
    Annie Poole

    Wit’s End

    A contrast in beginnings and endings.
    Labels by Annie Poole


    We all get labeled, but how often are we right in our judgement of others?
    Pixels of Me by Annie Poole

    Pixels of Me

    Annie's painting depicts the "depersonalized effect social media can have on people’s perceptions of self."
    Sense of Community, Desire for Justice and Care for Others

    Sense of Community, Desire for Justice and Care for Others

    From their relationship to Judaism to the things they wish they told each other, Annie Poole and her mom, Sheri Davis, share their thoughts and experiences.
    Review of Nice Jewish Boys by Sarah L. Young by Annie Poole

    Review of “Nice Jewish Boys” by Sarah L. Young

    "This story comes at a time where representation and inclusion matters."
    Annie Poole

    Rise Up

    Despite all the adversity they face, girls find a way to overcome and rise up together!

    Annie's Photographs are Featured in

    Esther and the Three Angels by Elisheva Parkoff - Photo by Annie Poole

    Queen Esther & the Three Angels

    "It is too often that men are credited with the work of women."
    What's a diving board? by Emmanuelle Sippy - Photo by Annie Poole

    what’s a diving board?

    "the moms swimming aren’t commemorated for risking their lives"