Devin Michael Lowe
Founder & Executive Director
Devin is a community organizer invested in the liberation of Black and trans people from the constraints of capitalism, white supremacy, and cis-hetero-patriarchy. He holds a passion for moving resources to his community and is committed to helping to create a world where Black trans people are not just seen, but respected, protected, supported, and valued. With an understanding of the need to center the most marginalized, and for trans masculine people to be working in communal solidarity to support Black trans women, Devin is the founder and current Executive Director for the Black Trans Travel Fund.
“I believe in our ability to meet each other’s needs. A better world is possible.”
Director of Arts & Culture
Ivana Fischer is a writer, video editor, graphic designer and performance artist living in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work has been featured on HuffPost, Them, Vogue, The Guardian, and other publications.
As a traveling artist, she has been afforded opportunities to meet and connect with community members from various regions of the United States. Her mission is to diversify the language upheld in traditional conversations held about race, sexuality, gender, and women’s health through her art, video works, and media publications.
You can follow her at @ivanalysette on Instagram.
“I believe that Black women are the leaders, movers, shakers, and creators of the future. A happy and healthy reality for all is not possible without the protection and uplifting of Black women leadership.”
Director of Community Media
Parrish is a Georgia born artist and self-proclaimed music junkie. They enjoy finding ways to help provide safety for and share information with the Black trans diaspora globally.
“I believe care and safety are how we can attain true freedom to comfortably exist in the world as ourselves.”
Director of Operations
Morticia is a multi hyphenated artist, she is Now and Evermore. Some of her work includes Feeling Like An Orchid and Boomerang. In the fall of 2021, Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize Winning, Long Wharf Theatre produced Poly Pockets; an afrofuturist stage play that Godiva wrote. Morticia recently stepped into another role and conducted a very tender interview with Indya Moore for Spectrum Vol2.
As an artist Morticia often engages in work that may intersect with her identity. She currently serves as the Director of Operations for the Black Trans Travel Fund.
"I believe that normal is an illusion and what is normal to the spider is chaos to the fly"
Director of Communications
eli is an adventurous social butterfly working with Black trans led initiatives building community through love and learning with a focus in creating tools for community survival and sustainability. He values connecting with Black trans people globally, in a united fight for liberation.
“I believe play, rest, and leisure are priority for Black trans people’s sustainability.”