Join Us

 Would you like to see your written work published to Brown Girl? Email with your submission(s), a short bio, a headshot, and your Twitter/Instagram handles! If we like it, we’ll publish it!

*All guest submissions must be less than 1,000 words. 

Data Guru:

We are looking for a dedicated individual who is passionate about data, numbers, and watching BG soar!

Responsibilities include:

We need your help in keeping up with how our content is doing and reporting to our advertisers the success of their campaigns.

Requirements include:

  • Google Analytics
  • Facebook & Twitter Insights and Analytics
  • Comfort with social media, charts, graphs, and Excel
  • COLLABORATION – we are a virtual team and we need someone who can communicate quickly and effectively with the team and our vendors.
  • RESOURCEFUL – you can troubleshoot like nobody’s business.

This is a volunteer, non-paid position, requiring only a few hours of your time a week.  In return, you get to network, build relationships and your resume! If you’re interested, please contact Aditi Mehta at

Open Writer Positions:

We’re always looking for new contributors to continue our mission of providing the best in South Asian culture, lifestyle, entertainment, and news to millennials living in the diaspora. If you believe you have the enthusiasm, dedication and zest we’re looking for, please get in touch with us!

Fill out the ‘New Writer Application‘ via Google Documents and Bee Varghese, our talent acquisition manager, will be in touch shortly!

Who is a BG contributor?

A typical Brown Girl contributor submits articles regularly (the number of monthly posts is decided between the writer and assigned editor). She or he is responsible for writing SEO-friendly, multimedia stories, meeting deadlines, staying in tune with assigned beat or topic, and sharing articles on social media.

Most positions listed above are unpaid, but no job goes unnoticed without many thanks, fun BG perks and invaluable experience. We provide wonderful opportunities to network, attend events, and connect with like-minded South Asians living in the diaspora. 
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