May 12, 2022

Daroneshia Duncan-Boyd

Daroneshia was born and raised in Birmingham,AL. In the past 7 years she has brought attention to the trans community in Birmingham for TWOC. She created a peer support group to help TWOC identify and overcome barriers they face in Birmingham. Her life experiences fuel her passion for helping other TWOC.
May 12, 2022

Wynston Sanders

Wynston, a native of Upstate SC, holds a BA degree in Music and Philosophy from a private university. He was published in the USA Today’s articles in double measure in both 2019 and 2020, in regards to his valiant efforts in bringing hope and a voice to the LGBTQ+ community. His passion for his community is what drives him. They continuously strive to transcend and anticipate the needs of their community to ensure it thrives. As the Southern Equality Fund Organizer, he oversees their micro grant making program, dedicated to getting money and resources to grassroots organizations throughout the South. […]
May 12, 2022

Steph Guilloud

Stephanie Guilloud is originally from Houston, Texas with roots in Alabama. Stephanie is an organizer with 17 years of experience and leadership in global justice work and community organizing. At Project South, Stephanie works closely with Southeast regional organizing projects, the Southern Movement Assembly, and membership programs. Stephanie worked as the National Co-Chair of the Peoples Movement Assembly Working Group of the US Social Forum from 2008-2013. She served on the board of Southerners On New Ground (SONG), a multiracial queer organization, from 2005-2014. Stephanie is the editor of two anthologies: Through the Eyes of the Judged; Autobiographical Sketches from […]
May 12, 2022

Glo Ross

Prior to joining Arcus in 2020, Glo supported member-led campaigns at FIERCE! to build power among LGBTQ youth of color in New York City, helped lead police accountability organizing, and facilitated organizing trainings and strategy sessions for various communities and organizations across the country. Currently, Glo supports Arcus’ U.S. Social Justice grantmaking as a program officer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Glo enjoys hiking with their pit bull pups, trying out new recipes, and taking road trips. They hold a doctorate in sociology from Georgia Tech.