Sequoya’s pronouns are she/her. She is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW). Her professional experience spans more than 18 years of clinical and community social work practice. As an organizer, writer, educator, researcher, and curator, her work focuses on interpersonal violence, basic need insecurity, advocacy surrounding the trauma of criminalization and surveillance of queer people of color. Her work also centers disrupting and creating space for Black queers, healing justice, and youth leadership development.