Gabriel Foster is a black, queer, trans, ‘momma’s boy’ who’s returned to his home Seattle, WA, most recently from New York.
From age 15 to 26, he went from a program constituent to program staff in the American Friends Service Committee’s GLBTQ Youth Program. Gabriel has worked with the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse, helping to create their youth programming in Seattle; at SPARK Reproductive Justice Now with LGBTQ youth of color and allies in Atlanta, GA; at the Leeway Foundation, supporting women and trans people creating art and social change in Philadelphia, PA; and provided outreach for the Johnathan Lax Fund at the Bread and Roses foundation in Philadelphia.
Gabriel is also a former staff member of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, a retired disco dancer extraordinaire, and lover of memes!
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