First Weekend Her Forest Panelists – Electric Forest 2018

 First Weekend Her Forest Panelists – Electric Forest 2018



Kiran Gandhi, known by her stage name Madame Gandhi, is an electronic music artist and activist based in Los Angeles. Having gained recognition as the former drummer for M.I.A and as the iconic free-bleeding runner at the 2015 London Marathon, Madame Gandhi now writes music that elevates and celebrates the female voice


Kawehi is a new breed of musician, a one-woman-band from Lawrence, Kansas who uses technology to carry the weight of a full band on her own. She was seen and heard in the Super Bowl 50 commercial for Intel, has landed in publications such as People Magazine, Spin, Esquire, and on the front page of Reddit. Elle magazine has dubbed Kawehi “The Genius One-Woman Band” and HuffPo has praised Kawehi as “Killing the DIY scene.” With over 11 million views on her YouTube channel, Kawehi has been performing to sold out shows across the nation and has already been on three headlining tours. With eight Kickstarter projects under her belt, Kawehi shows no signs of slowing down.


Mared is the lead producer at Cinesthetics production company. Mared has spent her time finding dynamic ways to tell stories for Electric Forest, Cadillac, Jägermeister, Interscope Records, Warner Brothers Studios, NBC Sports, and many more.


Nova Han currently works with Madison House Presents as a Creative Director for Electric Forest and The String Cheese Incident. Her works have also been seen at the Superbowl, Coachella, Grammy’s and Juno Awards.


Originally from Louisville, KY and currently living in Boulder, CO, Mary has worked at Madison House for over 3 and a half years. She is a part of the Bassnectar booking team and her roster includes CloZee,  Sammus, Magna Carda, Dorfex Bos, Mersiv, and many more.


Dasha is the head of artist relations at Electric Forest, and spends her days traveling and working many renowned events across the globe.


Moderator Hannah Muse moderates a panel of women who are changing the landscape of the music industry and explore the question: ‘How you have been supported and support the women around you – in work, life, and creativity and how can we show up for other women even more?’