Meet Our Scholars
University of Central Florida
Jack Lee Jordan (they/them) is a disabled, queer, nonbinary, Black Puerto Rican born and raised in Miami. Jack has been involved in South Florida activism for over ten years with a focus that has always been on queer/ trans liberation, critical sex positivity, risk-aware safer sex, inclusive and accessible spaces, and youth empowerment. They started doing activism work in their early teens to help medical professionals, teachers, social workers, and, most importantly, parents accept their queer and trans children. Jack is informed, engaged, and visible around many social justice issues. They offer their whole self to spaces they engage in and a vast understanding of the complexities of race, ability, class, gender, and orientation. They are pursuing a Bachelor’s in Social Work at the University of Central Florida.