Supporting Staff

 Miesha Hospedales moved to NYC back in 2012 on the 25th of February. She took a step towards her happier self and started to transition. Later, she was hand-picked to join the, Soulforce Equality Ride by Jason Conner 27, J. mason 27, who lead the 5th tour from Philadelphia - San Francisco to reach out to communities and confront LGBTQ oppression at colleges with discriminatory policies. In 2014 she obtained an EMLA internship at Easton Mountain, becoming a four-time graduate, She joined the "White Privilege Conference' in Philadelphia and helped facilitate a workshop for privileged parents with transgender children. Becoming the Youth Advocate for Acceptance and Social Norms at Easton has given her the opportunity to educate others who previously dealt with stigma directed toward the transgender community. 

Miesha Hospedales moved to NYC back in 2012 on the 25th of February. She took a step towards her happier self and started to transition. Later, she was hand-picked to join the, Soulforce Equality Ride by Jason Conner 27, J. mason 27, who lead the 5th tour from Philadelphia - San Francisco to reach out to communities and confront LGBTQ oppression at colleges with discriminatory policies. In 2014 she obtained an EMLA internship at Easton Mountain, becoming a four-time graduate, She joined the "White Privilege Conference' in Philadelphia and helped facilitate a workshop for privileged parents with transgender children. Becoming the Youth Advocate for Acceptance and Social Norms at Easton has given her the opportunity to educate others who previously dealt with stigma directed toward the transgender community.