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Luckie Alexander
Luckie Alexander
Invisible Men
Luckie Alexander
Luckie is founder of Invisible Men, has a passion for Gender and Social Justice and is very committed to giving back to the community through education, training, and awareness. He is a member of Los Angeles County Transgender Advisory Council (TAC), CHIPTS CAB Member, HIV Commissioner and a proud member & Historian of the Brown Boi Project and was the Director of Workforce Development at Trans Can Work. He received the title of Mr. Quest 2018, a community advocacy award with APAIT, was the Assistant Strategy Director for the historic 2019 National Trans Visibility March and has received the Lou Sullivan Award in 2020 for the work he does centered around transmasculine individuals in the HIV/AIDS arena. His experience spans 20+ years in capacities such as SGA Leadership in Utah, AB109 homeless shelter program manager, Peer Mentor for homeless LGBTQI youth in Las Vegas, NV and L.A., CA He is also the artist responsible for the Hollywood "All Black Lives Matter" mural.

SESSION OVERVIEW

Plenary Panel: The Multi-Dimensions of Gender
A panel discussion highlighting the voices of transgender movement, action, and resilience in Los Angeles featuring Eden Luna, Ezra Michael, Mars Wright, and Xelestiál Moreno-Luz with transgender health advocate Luckie Alexander as the moderator. The panel will highlight the power of community and self-affirmation, the importance of transgender accomplice-ship, and the intersections of art and multidimensional genders.