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Executive Director

He / She / They pronouns

[email protected] ext. 101

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. 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 Rainbow Center grow in diversity, in partnerships, and in advocacy on behalf of the LGBTQ community. Twitter  Instagram Facebook

As the Executive Director, Manny is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Rainbow Center.

Jen 2

Director of Finance and Operations

She / Her / Hers pronouns

[email protected]  ext. 103

Jennafer is a native of Los Angeles, California. While volunteering as a news producer and writer at a public radio station in LA, 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. In 2011, Jen co-founded the Price Williams Non Profit Group, a consulting firm focused on assisting small non-profit organizations. Jen is passionate about serving the community and her co-workers by providing a strong foundation from which they can soar.

Jen is responsible for managing the Rainbow Center’s finances, human resources, IT and building facilities.

Community Equity Advocate

He / She / They pronouns

[email protected] ext. 108

Ed was born and raised in Puerto Rico.  In 2015, he moved to Washington State with his husband seeking new opportunities.  He obtained an Associate degree in Entrepreneurship and attended the University of the Sacred Heart where he finished his BA in Multidisciplinary Studies with focus in Public Relations, Psychology and Small Business, and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Management for Non-Profit Organizations.  Ed has over 10 years of experience in banking/financial industry, as well as management in public and private sectors, LGBTQ economic and cultural affairs, creative design, music business and marketing strategies.  In 2015, he published his first Spanish poetry book “Estigmas de una noche sin copas”.  Ed has enjoyed working on behalf of different causes and events, including the Women’s Business Institute, Puerto Rico Queer Film Fest and SeaMar Community Health Centers among others.

Ed’s advocacy work is particularly focused on underserved identities within the LGBTQA community.  He helps community members get the support and services they need, whether it be recovering after a crime, finding LGBTQ-friendly resources, or navigating immigration systems.

Community Advocacy Coordinator

She / Her / Hers pronouns

[email protected] ext. 104

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 role at the Rainbow Center as the Community Advocacy Coordinator and is eager to connect.

Tara’s responsibility as an advocate is to help our community members get access to the support and services they need.  She advocates for people who are victims of crime, seeking LGBTQ-friendly resources, struggling with housing issues, and much more.

Community Programs Coordinator

She / Her / Hers pronouns

[email protected] ext. 106

Bre grew up in Puyallup, WA. After graduating from Tacoma School of the Arts in 2014 she decided to plant her roots in the heart of Tacoma, WA. She has an Associate’s degree in Graphic Communications, and is currently working on her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing. Bre is extremely passionate about mental health education, LGBTQ rights and inclusive programming. She has previously served as a member of the marketing team at Clover Park Technical College, and as the Program Coordinator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Pierce County. Bre jumps at any opportunity to immerse herself in the Tacoma creative arts scene. She spends her free time traveling, attending concerts, thrift shopping and writing music. She is always excited about exploring new programming ideas in her role as Community Programs Coordinator.

Bre is responsible for putting together programs and events for the LGBTQ community, such as self-care clinics, cultural celebrations, career fairs, etc.  She provides support to the Rainbow Center social groups and coordinates the hundreds of volunteers who help Rainbow Center every year.

Community Support Advocate

She / Her / Hers pronouns

[email protected] ext. 100

Cassandra was born in California to a military family and has traveled to New Mexico, Texas, Germany, Washington D.C. and finally settled in Washington state. Before graduating culinary school in Astoria Oregon, she became Oregon’s first Black Trans President of the Student Government Association.  This is where she found her passion for advocating for the LGBT community. Her work has propelled her to speak with senators and congressmen on issues facing the LGBT community and now as a advocate for the Rainbow Center. Outside of work, she enjoys vegan baking and watching horror movies.

Cassandra provides daily support to Rainbow Center visitors who come during Community Hours.  She makes sure that the space is welcoming and also does intake for visitors who require advocacy services.  Cassandra is also responsible for coordinating RC’s social media.


Director of Development

She / Her / Hers pronouns

[email protected]  ext. 107

Rebecca hails from prairies of the Midwest, most recently Normal, Illinois. Her undergraduate work at Illinois State University focused on feminist moral and political philosophy and epistemology. She jumped from the ivory tower into the field, spending her formative professional years working with folks who had experienced intimate partner violence, and then on issues of housing affordability and justice with Habitat for Humanity. Her master’s work focused on sustainability in the built environment and led her into the world of higher education administration and adult education. Rebecca is a passionate library supporter/user, public radio geek, and Mama to two grown-ish kids. She enjoys cooking, architecture and design, working for social justice, exploring the world on foot and by bicycle with her lovely wife, and petting all the dogs (and cats).

Rebecca is responsible for raising funds to support RC’s operations & programs and for putting on our big annual events, Tacoma Pride and the Black & White Gayla.

Education Coordinator

She / They pronouns

[email protected] ext. 105

Laurie was born and raised in Indiana but as Dolly Parton said, “It’s hard to be a diamond in a rhinestone world,” so, they moved to Los Angeles where she received her BA in Theatre from Cal State LA.  After undergrad they attended Naropa University, a small Buddhist-inspired University in Boulder CO and earned a MFA in Contemporary Performance.  Post grad school, Laurie began teaching theatre at the Community College of Denver and started a theatre program at Rainbow Alley, the youth drop-in space at the GLBT Community Center of Colorado and they met their future partner!  In 2016, Laurie left their job to become a stay at home dandy and the Fam moved to the Pacific Northwest.  Laurie has made strong connections to the theatre community here in the Puget Sound being a part of the Puget Sound artEquity Collective with art leaders in Seattle.  They also were selected as an Intiman Emerging Artist and have been developing their solo show entitled, “Dandyland:  Queering Motherhood One Day at a Time!” #myqueerfamily

Laurie provides interactive training and consultation to organizations, businesses and individuals on LGBTQ awareness, competency and sensitivity.