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Executive Director

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Manny was born and raised in the mountains of Puerto Rico and has lived in several places throughout the Island and mainland USA. He has a BA in Sociology from the University of Puerto Rico — Mayagüez and a Master of Divinity degree from Andover Newton Theological School in Newton Centre, MA. Manny also has graduate studies in Public Administration and is currently finishing his doctoral degree in Educational Leadership at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico – Ponce Campus. Manny is passionate about social justice, LGBTQ rights, immigrant rights, Latino/a rights, and intersectional work. As a queer theologian and advocate, he frequently writes and leads workshops on matters related to LGBTQ and Latino/a identity, queer spirituality, and their intersection. Outside the Center, he enjoys cooking, reading works by Latina authors, and traveling. He looks forward to seeing the Rainbow Center grow in diversity, in partnerships, and in advocacy on behalf of the LGBTQ community. Twitter  Instagram Facebook

Director of Development

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KC comes from what was a small agricultural town in Central California. She attended California College of Arts and Crafts, worked in skilled trades, graduated with a BA from University of Hawaii at Manōa (in English with Highest Honors, with a concentration in cultural studies), and completed coursework for a Masters in Public Administration. She has served as a Development Officer or Director in social service and arts organizations in Los Angeles, CA, Santa Fe, NM, and Sarasota, FL. Most recently she was Manager of Continuing Education for Tacoma Community College. She is incredibly happy to be able to flex her skills in support of the GLBTQ community here in Tacoma, and looks forward to being a part of the continuing success and future growth of the Rainbow Center. She spends her free time building her bicycle hill climbing muscles, exploring the greater PNW hotsprings, and enjoying the variety of art and cultural offerings in the region.

Finance and Operations Manager

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Jennafer was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. While volunteering as a news producer and writer at a public radio station, Jen was inspired to pursue a career in community activism. She earned her bachelor’s degree in American Studies with an emphasis on Gender & Ethnic Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. Her professional career includes a dozen years with Girl Scouts where she pioneered non-traditional program options for girls and support systems for Spanish-speaking adult leaders. After the birth of her son Trevor in 2011, Jen co-founded the Price Williams Non Profit Group, a consulting firm focused on assisting small non-profit organizations. During this time, she served as an interim and part-time Executive Director for multiple local entities. Jen is passionate about serving the community and her co-workers by providing a strong foundation from which they can soar.  

Community Advocacy Coordinator

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Tara is an African American graduate of The Evergreen State College, Tacoma, Washington. She has spent the last four years strongly cultivating her passion for community activism. She has served terms as Board Member and Chairperson for the Services and Activities Fee Allocation Board of The Evergreen State College, and Intern and Program Assistant for the Rainbow Center. She is dedicated to advocating for her community around social justice, environmental racism, LGBTQIA rights, and the Black Lives Matter movement. She is ecstatic about her new role at the Rainbow Center as the Community Advocacy Coordinator and is eager to connect.

Community Education & Outreach Coordinator

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Vaan has been all over the country due to his military family, but considers Southern California his home. He moved to Washington in 2014 and eventually ended up in Tacoma, coming to call it his home away from home. Known as the “CSI Guy” among staff, his experience and education are built from government, security, criminal justice, emergency-response, crime scene clean-up, victim advocacy, and various jobs in between. He has a strong passion for helping people and currently delivers that aid by providing LGBTQ competency trainings to the South Sound region and throughout WA State by following his motto: “Acceptance is not a substitute for education.” Vaan spends his down time with his partner where they enjoy everything horror-related, discover new avenues for healthier living, and contemplate how many cats and dogs they should have.

Community Programs Coordinator

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Madeline  comes to the Rainbow Center with experience in program implementation for education and health equity initiatives. She earned a B.A. in Women’s Studies from the George Washington University, and has since been dreaming of an education system with comprehensive and LGBTQ inclusive sexuality education. Madeline leads the Rainbow Center’s community programs and is excited to connect with the people that make up Pierce and King Counties’ LGBTQ community. Outside of work, Madeline enjoys large gatherings of friends and family, collaborative art creations, reading and reflecting on the words of radical feminist leaders, and exploring the great outdoors. Originally from the East Coast, she’s absolutely thrilled by all the wonders of Washington state and is happy to call this place her home. Twitter and Instagram: @maddiemades

Community Engagement Coordinator

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esse was born and raised in Tacoma, WA. He joined the Rainbow Center in 2014 as a community volunteer, and developed a passion for volunteerism. He started by creating informational white board designs and representing the Rainbow Center at affiliated events. Jesse then started a more active role with Rainbow Center by managing volunteers to decorate Tacoma Pride and the Black & White Gayla. He recently graduated from the University of Washington in Tacoma with an undergrad in Social Welfare. Now, Jesse uses his experiences to oversee the Rainbow Center’s volunteer program, and engages volunteers in community collaboration and agency support. He loves community feedback and incorporating new practices to create inclusive volunteer programming. Please email if you want to volunteer at the Rainbow Center or wish to collaborate with Jesse on volunteer practices that include all intersections within the queer community.


Community Assistant

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Karen immigrated from Jalisco, Mexico at a young age and moved to the small town of Sumner, Washington. She has a BA in Political Science and Latin American studies from Whitworth University in Spokane. Karen is passionate about immigrant rights having spent most of her time at school working with undocumented youth around the state and across the country. Outside of work and activism, Karen enjoys finding hidden waterfalls and exploring the great Northwest. She is excited to be working at the Rainbow Center and meeting everyone who comes in through our doors.

AmeriCorps Volunteer Mental Health Access Coordinator

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Orion has lived throughout the Pacific Northwest since childhood, from Southeast Alaska to Seattle. Mental health advocacy and queer justice are both issues close to their heart, and they are excited to join the Rainbow Center and to connect with Tacoma communities. In their free time, Orion enjoys making art and zines, supporting local social justice movements, live music, and hanging out in nature.

Tacoma Pride Intern

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Emma grew up in and loves Western Washington – she was born and raised in Poulsbo, and attended the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma for Religious Studies, graduating in 2017. She is passionate about creating safe spaces for the LGBTQA community, as well as issues affecting the community such as suicide prevention and youth homelessness. She is looking forward to supporting the 2018 Tacoma Pride Festival, and is excited by the opportunity to celebrate the LGBTQA community’s incredible persevering spirit, as well as their accomplishments and contributions to the wider Tacoma community. Outside of her role with the Rainbow Center, she enjoys hiking and traveling, reading, talking about religion and spirituality, and hanging out with Luna, her chinchilla.

IT Desktop Support Intern

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Joe was born in Modesto California but grew up in Seattle and has lived here since 1997. He is currently working on a BS in Information Technology at the University of Washington Tacoma graduating in June, 2018. Since he has been going to school in Tacoma, he has gotten to know the city and people and wanted to be part of the community. He really appreciates Rainbow Center for allowing him to intern here as an IT Help Desk Support. He enjoys spending time with family, friends, and exploring Seattle. He loves everything about basketball, which is his addiction and learning about technology.

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