Ana Alexander
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Black@Trevor Spotlight: Ana Alexander

At The Trevor Project, we create intentional spaces, called Affinity Groups, that allow members of Team Trevor to connect with each other around their different intersectional identities. Over the next few months, we’ll feature member spotlights from across Trevor’s Affinity Groups. This month, we’re proud to spotlight Recruiter and Black@Trevor member Ana Alexander (she/her). As one of The Trevor Project’s pioneering Affinity Groups, Black@Trevor leads with a mission to create spaces and resources for employees who identify within the Black Diaspora (and their allies) to connect, grow relationships, and build community. Best piece of advice you’ve ever received?  "Create Your…
Jaide Hinds-Clarke
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Black@Trevor Spotlight: Jaide Hinds-Clarke

At The Trevor Project, we create intentional spaces, called Affinity Groups, that allow members of Team Trevor to connect with each other around their different intersectional identities. Over the next few months, we’ll feature member spotlights from across Trevor’s Affinity Groups. This month, we’re proud to spotlight Lifeline Training Coordinator and Black@Trevor member Jaide Hinds-Clarke (she/her). As one of The Trevor Project’s pioneering Affinity Groups, Black@Trevor leads with a mission to create spaces and resources for employees who identify within the Black Diaspora (and their allies) to connect, grow relationships, and build community. Favorite thing about working at Trevor? "Make…
Reema Wheeler
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Black@Trevor Spotlight: Reema Wheeler

At The Trevor Project, we create intentional spaces, called Affinity Groups, that allow members of Team Trevor to connect with each other around their different intersectional identities. Over the next few months, we’ll feature member spotlights from across Trevor’s Affinity Groups. This month, we’re proud to spotlight TrevorSpace Supervisor and Black@Trevor member Reema Wheeler (she/they). As one of The Trevor Project’s pioneering Affinity Groups,  Black@Trevor leads with a mission to create spaces and resources for employees who identify within the Black Diaspora (and their allies) to connect, grow relationships, and build community. Best piece of advice you’ve ever received?  "Speak…
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Black@Trevor Spotlight: Malik Ensley

At The Trevor Project, we create intentional spaces, called Affinity Groups, that allow members of Team Trevor to connect with each other around their different intersectional identities.  Over the next few months, we’ll feature member spotlights from across Trevor’s Affinity Groups.  This month, we’re proud to spotlight Trevor Training Associate and Black@Trevor member Malik Ensley (they/them). As one of The Trevor Project’s pioneering Affinity Groups,  Black@Trevor leads with a mission to create spaces and resources for employees who identify within the Black Diaspora (and their allies) to connect, grow relationships, and build community. Best piece of advice you’ve ever received? …
Julia Kaye
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The Trevor Project Artist Spotlight: Julia Kaye

Julia Kaye (she/her) is an award-winning illustrator, cartoonist, and author based in Los Angeles.  Currently a storyboard artist & revisionist at Disney, Julia has received critical acclaim for her deeply personal works Super Late Bloomer: My Early Days In Transition and My Life In Transition: A Super Late Bloomer Collection, which document the various stages of her gender transition. Julia’s signature autobiographical style lets audiences into her innermost thoughts -- from moments of insecurity and dysphoria, to feelings of confidence and optimism, no emotion is left unexplored. Through candor, vulnerability, and humor, Julia’s art normalizes the everyday trans experience to…
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Black History in the Making: Trevor Staff Reflect on a Life-Changing Year

2020 was a historic year, but we can’t wait for the history books to process what it meant for those who lived it. While everyone felt the consequences of COVID-19 in some way, Black Americans on average felt it disproportionately — plus, they experienced the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement (and the daily realities of discrimination that led to it in the first place) on the world stage. This Black History Month, 10 of The Trevor Project’s Black employees from all over the organization share their oral history of the year that changed everything — particularly, how it…
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Reaching Diverse LGBTQ Youth with Abercrombie & Fitch and The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project has been saving young LGBTQ lives for more than 22 years – and Abercrombie & Fitch has been a part of our mission to end LGBTQ youth suicide for more than 10 of them. Together, we’ve evolved our once Pride-month-focused partnership to visibly support LGBTQ youth all year-round, and our collaboration has been a two-way street in a variety of ways: engaging diverse talent and influencers, cause marketing, Pride marches, fundraising, and more. Like any good partnership, our strength is in true collaboration – A&F recognizes Trevor’s expertise in serving the diverse populations within the LGBTQ community, and…
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MacKenzie Scott Donates $6 Million to The Trevor Project to Help End LGBTQ Youth Suicide

As part of philanthropist MacKenzie Scott’s donations to 116 organizations driving change around the world, The Trevor Project received a $6 million gift to support the organization’s mission to end suicide among LGBTQ young people. The transformational gift is the single largest donation from an individual that the organization has ever received in its 22-year history. The funds are unrestricted, which allows the organization to continue to grow its crisis services to serve more of the 1.8 million LGBTQ youth estimated to seriously consider suicide in the U.S. each year. “We’re so grateful to MacKenzie Scott for her generosity and…