Director of Community Organizing
Osha is a Black, queer, survivor, living in fluidity, and loving her bipolar mind. As a young leader, Osha operates with a model of collectivism, not only for our community but also in performing the work. They aim to see oppressive systems abolished by promoting generations of valuable community efforts. Her years have been dedicated towards advocating for survivors of sexual aggression, expanding youth leadership, and distributing funds. She loves to travel and build knowledge through the stories from those around them. Working in advocacy, sex-positivity, education, healing, doula support, and expanding access to care has been among their many passions. In this role, they work to envision a future for Black, Indigenous, and POC Queer and Trans people filled with joy and the ability to exist fully.