ACTIVATE: Building the Capacity of Leaders on the Frontlines
ACTIVATE is a professional development program designed for Black, Latinx TGNCNB, and POC community leaders with two years or more of advocacy and community organizing experience. ACTIVATE is an expanded version of the ELEVATE fellowship. ACTIVATE seeks to provide an in-depth and comprehensive training curriculum that addresses the core skills needed to advance access to leadership roles in the LGBTQ nonprofit sector. Participants will receive a stipend upon successful completion of the program.
We are excited to announce our ACTIVATE Fellows for 2020-21!
New York, New York | They, Them, Theirs
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania | He, Him, His/They, Them, Theirs
Micha Anne Cox
Lawrence, Kansas | She, Her, Hers
M. Chanel Carpenter
Plano, Texas | She, Her, Hers
Hampton, Virginia | He, Him, His
Garland, Texas | She, Her, Hers
Duluth, Georgia | No Pronouns
Seattle, Washington | He, Him, His/She, Her, Hers/They, Them, Theirs
Austin, Texas | She, Her, Hers
San Francisco, California | She, Her, Hers
Samantha Rose Montemayor Morales
McAllen, Texas | She, Her, Hers
Atlanta, Georgia | He, Him, His
Bronx, New York | He, Him, His/They, Them, Theirs
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | They, Them, Theirs/He, Him, His
Bronx, New York | She, Her, Hers
Dallas, Texas | He, Him, His
Birmingham, Alabama | She, Her, Hers
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