The True Fellowship offers young people ages 18-25 the unique opportunity to create, develop, and execute a six-month project that contributes to a more inclusive world in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth are included and affirmed in their identity.

Aiyanna Horton

Aiyanna Horton

Aiyanna is passionate about working collaboratively with her peers to ensure that the needs of LGBTQ youth are included in decision making about youth homelessness. Aiyanna has been involved with Advocates for Richmond Youth since 2014. (more…)

Christian Carmen Olivia Jane

Christian Carmen Olivia Jane

Christian is a self-identified trans woman of color, feminist, advocate and blogger. She currently serves at the Recruitment and Special Events Coordinator for the Racial Awareness (more…)

Indie Landrum

Indie Landrum

Indie is a queer and transgender youth advocate who uses his personal experiences, like homelessness, to fuel his public policy and activist passion. He works at a drop in resource center for homeless and at risk youth in San Diego. (more…)

Jawanza James Williams

Jawanza James Williams

Jawanza is radical queer, prison abolitionist, socialist, and writer. He is the LGBTQ Youth Organizer at VOCAL-NY. A native of Texas, after graduating from Schreiner University, moved to New York City, where (more…)

Kalwin Perrin

Kalwin Perrin

Kalwin has been connected with the Oasis Center since 2011, and has been consistent with participating in several committees and programs that the center provides for youth in the Nashville, TN community. (more…)

Lanay Lindsey

Lanay Lindsey

Lanay is a self proclaimed ‘Professional Volunteer’ who started their career at Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) as well as the EON youth lounge, an LGBTQ youth drop in center. (more…)

Roxane Jack

Roxane Jack

At 24, Roxane is currently the executive director for a local Minnesota TV station and works overnights as a direct support professional. (more…)