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We are excited to share two more 2024 All Star fellows! Join us in welcoming: Kayla Gore & Kiyomi Fujikawa!

Kiyomi Fujikawa (she/her) is a Seattle-based, mixed-race queer trans femme. She’s formerly a Co-Executive Director of Third Wave Fund (2018-2024). Her political home is with queer and trans communities of color and organizing to prevent and respond to intimate partner violence. She is an alum of Neighborhood Funder’s Group Philanthropy Forward, Funders for LGBT Issues’ Grantmakers United for Trans Communities (GUTC) Fellowship, and the inaugural Trans Justice Funding Project Fellowship in 2013.

Kayla Gore is a published author, non-profit founder, social justice advocate, coalition member. She has worked for many organizations with a collective mission of elevating marginalized identities, the advancement of rights for those people. The Transgender Law Center, OUTMemphis, Trans Justice Funding Project, SONG, The Official Black Lives Matter Memphis, Memphis Community Bail Fund, Planned Parenthood, The Transgender Strategy Center, The Marsha P Johnson Institute, and most notably My Sistah’s House (MSH) an organization that breaks downs the barriers to home ownership for some of the most marginalized people.

Welcome, Kayla & Kiyomi!

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