Pamuela Halliwell (she/her)
I want to help the coalition flourish into great leaders and advocates who serve and address the needs of the Black LGBTQ community. I aim to continue using our influence to uplift voices of our community, especially in spaces where organizations make decisions that impact us without us.
Email me if there is an event, resource, need in the community that we are not addressing, or if you have any thoughts or suggestions on how we can better serve our mission.
Jordan Daniels (he/him)
I want to see the coalition create space for the Black Queer and Trans community to celebrate joy and culture, without bringing in pain. #ExistBlackly
Email me if you're interested in connecting with communications or if you're looking for a speaker at an event!
Joseph McConico (he/him)
"Joining the coalition has allowed me the opportunity to be of service to the San Diego community on a macro level, while honoring & centering intersecting Black & and LGBTQ+ voices."
Savannah Brittian (all pronouns)
I want to help provide resources and opportunities for Black LGBTQIA+ artists and create spaces for our community to come together creatively and have our voices heard.
Email me for collaborations or queries pertaining to Arts, Culture, and Politics!
Paige Coe (they/them)
I'd like to see the Coalition utilize transformative approaches to provide and advocate for affirming spaces, resources, and communal healing.
Email me if you have partnership inquiries, event opportunities, or resources to add to our hub. I'm also available to community members who have concerns or recommendations pertaining to our organization or an interest in being involved.
Terrill Harris (he/him)
I'd like to create sustainable scalable revenue streams to increase our impact and engagement in the community.
Email me if you're interested in exploring opportunities for growth or would like to donate to our organization.
Courtney Cureton (she/they)
I was called to join the coalition because of my desire for a space filled with both activism and community. Leaning into intersectional axes of my race and queer identity has not always been there, so I am ecstatic and grateful to join and learn and grow together.
Stacy Thompson (all pronouns)
Working in Behavioral Health and with Social Work partners/agencies, I see how often there isn't Black/LGBTQ+/Peer representation when planning/developing programs and services for our populations. I feel Mental Health is especially important for marginalized people, so I joined to be active in the community to make and build connections to access and create mental health resources for us.