Ollin Rodriguez Lopez





Ollin has a decade of experience as an organizer and administrator in food justice, LGBTQ liberation and economic justice movements. Before joining the team at Funders for LGBTQ Issues, they worked at the National Domestic Workers Alliance as an event planner and operations aficionado. While at NDWA, he spearheaded the infrastructure and distribution of $30 million COVID relief fund to domestic workers. Ollin is thrilled to join Funders for LGBTQ Issues and to develop HR policies and resources that center racial, economic, disability, and gender justice.

He holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts with a focus on Race and Ethnicity Studies from The New School. Ollin was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and now lives in Atlanta, GA with his partner and tender Pisces son. In his free time, they love collecting Janet Jackson records.