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Quinton Reynolds

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Quinton Reynolds

Quinton Reynolds is a student at Georgia State University, where he is a business major with a concentration in identity, race, gender, and culture economic strategies. He is the founder of his own consulting firm and the founder and executive director for Game Changing Men, which focuses on erasing stigmas and barriers for the progression of Black transmasculine men in society, by addressing toxic masculinities and promoting health to end violence and ensure the safety and wellness for communities of color.

His passion for organizing began while he was incarcerated. During that time, he was able to use policies to navigate inside of prison and advocate for himself and other trans men. Since his release from prison, Quinton has been a passionate advocate and activist for criminal justice reform, re-entry services, and advocating for the second chances of formerly incarcerated AFAB (assigned female at birth) and trans masculine folk, while being a staunch advocate for the release of the wrongfully convicted.

Quinton’s passion for his community has led him to become a public educator, advocate, and volunteer. Quinton currently sits on the board of directors for the Trans Women of Color Healing Project in Newnan, Georgia, where he helps combat the erasure of the lives of trans women of color communities and their contributions to society. As a Black man of trans experience, Quinton advocates for affirming care and inclusiveness for the trans and gender non-confirming community with a special focus on AFAB individuals and BIPOC.