Staff Lexi Chandra She/they Outreach and Marketing Director Lexi is a nonbinary trans femme writer, model, and digital content creator. They worked as a Community Outreach Specialist for New York City’s Health and Hospital System and a Volunteer Coordinator for GRIOT Circle Inc, an agency for LGBTQIA+ older adults of color in Brooklyn, NY. They thoroughly enjoy using social media to uplift trans and nonbinary people are excited to be joining the team at TSER as the Marketing and Outreach Director. Armani Iacolucci She/her Program Director Armani started her work at TSER as a fellow for the Trans Youth Leadership Summit. She went on to volunteer, supervise, and organize events as a board member. In 2018, she hosted the organization’s first ever Trans Justice Awards, which celebrated transgender accomplishments around the country. Since her teenage years, Armani has led rallies, provided speeches at protests and vigils, co-hosted seminars at universities, and led crowds during Black Lives Matter marches. Isa They/them Shipping Manager Isa is a queer, creative animist living on Miccosukee, Tequesta, and Seminole land (a.k.a. Miami, FL). They co-parent Apollo (11-year-old Boston terrier), Mochi (1-year-old tuxedo cat), Carmen, Canela, Little C (guinea pigs), Neo (platinum dragon betta fish), Tiny (golden tetra fish), and Gary (ivory snail). When they aren’t managing the TSER online store, they work to build young people’s political power in South Florida and fight for the collective liberation of all beings, centering the margins. They have spent over a decade organizing and building skills to further movement work. On their own time, they love to daydream and commune with the outdoors! Kenny Me They/them Financial Director Kenny is a gender bender, writer, and community organizer based in Washington, DC. Their framework of change is rooted in harm reduction, cultural organizing, and collective care. In the past four years, Kenny has worked on various campaigns building power with non-union workers and affordable housing tenants. Kenny forged their own path in fundraising and development, because they understood how structural barriers to financial resources strip the autonomy of Black and non-white trans and nonbinary youth. With P0STB1NARY, Kenny redistributes wealth to fund the often overlooked and underpaid cultural work of Black and non-white trans visionaries. Kenny looks forward to bringing their experiences to TSER and broadening the scope of their work with trans youth.