Meet the GetEQUAL Team
Angela Peoples is an organizer, activist, advocate working toward the liberation of all black people. A graduate of Western Michigan University, where she studied Political Science and Africana Studies, Angela got her start as a progressive advocate. In 2006, Angela fought to stop an anti-affirmative action ballot initiative and continued on building student power and fighting for college access and affordability with the United States Students Association. Angela also spent the last three years working to improve consumer protection laws for student loan borrowers and young consumers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Angela currently serves as Director of GetEQUAL, a national grassroots network of LGBTQ people and allies fighting for LGBTQ liberation.
William Campillo Terrazas
Field Organizer, Arkansas
William Campillo Terrazas self-identifies as a cisgender queer Latino immigrant. He was born in Sonora, Mexico and raised in Albuquerque, NM. As a former undocumented immigrant, Willam began organizing with the Albuquerque Dreamers in Action, an organization that advocates for the dignity and respect of undocumented immigrants. In 2011, he joined the Univerity of New Mexico LGBTQ Resource Center as a wellness coordinator, where he organized HIV/AIDS awareness efforts for the greater Albuquerque community. Currently, William is part of Latinx Revolucion LGBTQ in Arkansas, a queer and trans-led organization that focuses on empowerment and leadership development.
Field Organizer, Georgia
Kristina Agbebiyi is a non-binary and queer organizer from Kennesaw, Georgia. They are passionate about the intersections of racial, queer, and reproductive justice. They currently serve as the Georgia Field Organizer for GetEqual, and are a former state representative. Outside of GetEqual, Kristina is a pro-choice blogger, community organizing trainer, and a college student. When they're not working or studying, they love to travel, spend time with friends and family, and write.
Field Organizer, North Carolina
Alexx Andersen proudly identifies as a transgender, non-binary person of color. Currently, they spend most of their time in classes, studying, and working with GetEqual to build people power in their communities. Alexx got their start by organizing around the fight against House Bill 2 in North Carolina in 2016. Since then, they have organized around the Charlotte Uprising in North Carolina, as well as the Sanctuary City Movement. Alexx also writes a blog addressing many issues, such as white privilege, the disenfranchisement of people of color, and other social issues.
Digital Organizing Director
Monica Trinidad is a queer, Latinx artist & organizer, born & raised on the southeast side of Chicago. She is a co-founder of Brown & Proud Press, For the People Artists Collective and the People’s Response Team. Monica actively pushes for spaces where both artists & organizers recognize the necessity of cultural organizing, and creates work to uplift and document struggles in Black & Brown communities in Chicago. She has created movement art for over 20 grassroots organizations and efforts in Chicago, and has had work shown at DuSable Museum, National Museum of Mexican Art, East Meets World Gallery, and more. Visit her website to view artwork at monicatrinidad.com.