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Our Board

Co-Founder and President Bryce Hackmeyer poses for a mugshot following their arrest for protesting against gender-affirming care bans and restrictions in the Florida Legislature. They are wearing pride rainbow face stripes.

Bryce Hackmeyer (they/them)
President and Co-Founder

Bryce is a queer Mexican and Jewish-American, life-long South Floridian, as well as an aspiring physician and lawyer who wants to treat and represent marginalized people across the United States. They graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Engineering and the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine with an M.S. in Medical Sciences. They serve patients of all ages and means as a medical assistant at a primary care practice. They proudly serve as the Technology Director at Voices of Florida Fund, while also a participant in Occupy Tally23. Bryce is also a certified Rape Crisis Advocate in the state of New York. In their free time, they enjoy running, exploring nature, snowboarding, reading about emerging science, engaging in philosophical and existential discussions, and raving about Star Wars.

Co-Founder and Vice President Kaitlyn Kirk poses for a professional portiat.

Kaitlyn Kirk (she/her)
Vice President and Co-Founder

Kaitlyn is a disabled, queer, professional vegan baker, graphic designer, and social media manager. Kaitlyn has been an intersectional activist and advocate since high school. Kaitlyn was instrumental in the fight for abortion access and advocacy in Idaho as an abortion doula and community organizer. She is now a dedicated Project Manager for Idaho Abortion Rights and the National Organization for Women Florida. She is also a part of Voices of Florida Fund and participated in Occupy Tally23. As a survivor of domestic and sexual violence, Kaitlyn is driven by a deep commitment to dismantling systems that perpetuate harm toward vulnerable individuals.

Co-Founder and Treasurer Alex Hernandez, with a sign that reads "MEN OF QUALITY DON'T FEAR EQUALITY", protests the 6-week abortion bans passed in the Florida Legislature.

Alex Hernandez (he/him)
Treasurer and Co-Founder

Alex is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in computer science. Alex has actively worked towards amplifying marginalized voices as an organizer for Voices of Florida Fund and Occupy Florida. With a strong commitment to equality, equity, and empowerment, Alex is a driving force behind creating a more just and inclusive society. In his free time, you can catch him volunteering with Food Not Bombs' Tallahassee chapter.

Secretary Kimra Luna poses in the field wearing a shirt that reads "Abortion Homie."

Kimra Luna (they/them)
Secretary

Kimra is an IndigiQueer abortion doula, reproductive justice activist, and antiracism educator. They are the founder of Idaho Abortion Rights mutual aid collective. They have supported over 1000 people living in restricted states in getting access to abortion medication. Supporting people in navigating all pregnancy options and outcomes is their primary work and they specialize in supporting trans and non-binary folks in their pursuit of the compassionate support they deserve.

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