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JAC Stringer, MSW, LGSW (he/him) is a trans, genderqueer, disabled Cherokee activist, educator, and social worker specializing in the transgender and LGBTQPIATS+ communities, most specifically community survivors of violence and at-risk LGBTQPIATS+ youth. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, JAC’s discourse on the unique needs of transgender and LGBTQPIATS+ Midwesterners and his ongoing dedication to furthering transgender health has lead him to be considered a multidimensional expert in human service and mental health. He is highly acclaimed for his work building transgender resources and organizations from the ground up in isolated and politically violent areas and internationally recognized for his workshops on socially, racially just transgender and LGBTQPIATS+ activism, anti-violence and trauma work, disability / accessibility issues, and artistry. JAC’s deepest passion lies in transgender people to generating unity, action, and empowerment through social justice, education, art, and many other forms of revolution.