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  • Sue Hyde

    Sue Hyde is the executive director of the Wild Geese Foundation, following a 30-year run at the National LGBTQ Task Force. She is a co-founder of the Creating Change Conference, a project of the Task Force, and directed the event for 23 years. Hyde is the author of Come Out and Win: Organizing Yourself, Your Community, and Your World (Beacon 2007).

  • Rashad Robinson

    Rashad Robinson is president of Color Of Change, a leading online racial-justice organization. You can follow him at @rashadrobinson.

  • Darnell L. Moore

    Darnell L. Moore is head of strategy and programs at Breakthrough U.S. He is also the author of No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black & Free in America, which was listed as a 2018 New York Times Book Review's Notable Book and a winner of the 2019 Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Memoir/Biography.

  • Wren Walker-Robbins

    Wren Walker Robbins is a Two-spirit woman of Mohawk descent. She is Department Chair of Secondary Education at Salish Kootenai College in Montana and is Founding Director of Changing Communities Consulting. She is a member of the Minnesota Two-spirit society and a member of the Mountain Spirit Lodge Society. She sits on the National Prism Advisory Board for Teach for America, and is a Sequoyah ...

  • Alexandria Villaseñor

    Alexandria Villaseñor is the 14-year-old founder of Earth Uprising International and lives in New York City, where she climate strikes every Friday in front of the United Nations headquarters demanding world leaders take action on the climate crisis.

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  • Ruben J. Gonzales

    Ruben J. Gonzales is the vice president of LGBTQ Victory Institute, which is dedicated to achieving full equality for LGBTI people by building, supporting, and advancing a diverse network of LGBTQ public leaders. Ruben oversees all domestic and international programs for the organization. He lives in Washington, DC, with his husband, Joaquin Tamayo, and their very spoiled pup.

  • Ian Lekus

    Ian Lekus is a writer, advocate, and consultant based in Washington, DC. He is an LGBT Thematic Specialist for Amnesty International USA, the host and producer of the Radio Free Qtopia podcast (@radiofreeqtopia), and is currently finishing his book, Queer and Present Dangers: Sexuality, Masculinity, and the Sixties, from University of North Carolina Press. Follow him on Twitter @ianlekus.

  • Takeru Nagayoshi

    Takeru Nagayoshi is the 2020 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year. He teaches high-school English in New Bedford, and believes in using his personal narratives to advocate for education equity, teacher empowerment, and community-based education reforms.

  • Shannon Price Minter

    Shannon Price Minter is a transgender attorney and activist. He has worked in the LGBTQ movement for 26 years and currently serves as the legal director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights.

  • Wren Walker-Robbins

    Wren Walker-Robbins is a Two-spirit woman of Mohawk descent. She is Dept. Chair of Secondary Education at Salish Kootenai College in Montana, and is Founding Director of Changing Communities Consulting. She is a member of the Minnesota Two-spirit society and a member of the Mountain Spirit Lodge Society. She sits on the National Prism Advisory Board for Teach for America, and is a Sequoyah Fell...