Stacey MilbernSins Invalid
Initially from North Carolina, Stacey organized for seven years with disabled youth of color in the South and then at the national level. Now Bay Area-based, she is a disability justice thought leader with twelve years of experience incubating leadership programs, managing services programs, and providing technical assistance to organizations wanting to increase their capacity around disability and supporting marginalized communities. She currently works with Sins Invalid, a performance project that celebrates artists with disabilities and is led by disabled queer people of color and disabled queer and gender non-conforming people. She has trained many community organizations and served as an appointed advisor to the Obama administration for two years. She earned her MBA from Mills College in 2015.