Who is QTYMP?
QTYMP is a collectively organized project, consisting of a 10-15 person Leadership Team, four Project Teams, and many youth, volunteers, and community members! We are recognized by Washington State as a non-profit organization, and are honored to be have The Vera Project as our fiscal sponsor.
2020 Leadership Team
We are currently recruiting for the 2020 Leadership Team! Click here to learn more.
Ada Frances is chronically ill, disabled, and agender. They are a student at Oregon State working towards a degree in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. They enjoy sewing, reading mysteries, and listening to podcasts. Ada is a past volunteer and recent addition to the leadership team.
Jesse Holcomb is a photographer, fiber artist, and designer living in Seattle. A lifelong Washington resident, Jess graduated from the University of Washington in 2012 with an art degree focusing on fiber and textile design. As a trans woman, she is dedicated to educating and advocating for the trans community and finds it important for trans adults to be active role models for trans youth.
Dre Avila (bio coming soon)
Cherub Quist (bio coming soon)
Maisha Manson (bio coming soon)
The Leadership Team works year-round to coordinate the ins and outs of QTYMP, and weave together the work of the four project teams: Community Connections, Fundraising, Rogue Rainbow, and Camp Emerald. We welcome folks of all experience levels, ages, and interests to get involved with organizing QTYMP! With so much going on, there is room for everyone to jump in, connect with other people, and do real work to support queer and trans youth in our community! Click here to learn more!