For the first annual inter-community college LGBTQQIA conference, we’ve chosen Rev. Trinity A. Ordona as our keynote speaker. She’s a queer studies instructor at City College of San Francisco, and she has been giving workshops and seminars all over California. She has empowered youth and adults alike with her classes, workshops and seminars which is why we thought we should have her for our conference.
Check out her bio here:
Trinity has a 40-year history of grass roots activism in people of color and queer communities promoting grass roots organizing strategies in local, national and international arenas. She is co-founder and board member of numerous initiatives and has received several awards including the UCSF Chancellor’s Award for Public Service, Northern California GLBT Historical Society Award for Individual Historic Achievement and the BACW Lesbian of Achievement, Vision and Action Award. Her recent community organizing efforts focus on family and was the co-founder of Asian/Pacific Islander Family Pride (APIFP), an organization that provides resources to parents and siblings of API LGBT people.
Are you excited? BECAUSE WE ARE!