Maryam Pugh is a printmaker based in Philadelphia. She is the owner and CEO of the social justice apparel brand and screen printing workshop Philadelphia Printworks. She serves on the steering committee of the March to End Rape Culture and as a non-core organizer with the Philadelphia Community Bail Fund. She is a board member of the Greenmount West Community Center Foundation which oversees Greenmount West Power Press, a community print shop based in Baltimore. She is also a board member of Tessera Arts Collective which is a studio, gallery and non-profit dedicated to supporting women (including queer, trans, femme and non-binary) artists of color in the Greater Philadelphia area. Earlier this year, she completed a year long residency at Mural Arts Philadelphia where she taught budding entrepreneurs essential art-related business skills. Through her work, she strives to amplify marginalized voices and empower communities of color.