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Jack is a disabled genderqueer activist with eight years of experience organizing for economic, gender and disability justice in both the U.S. and the U.K.. Originally from the north of England, Jack graduated from the University of Cambridge with an AQA award for their dissertation on queer representation through photography. Jack has published a highly successful community magazine, hosted sold-out fund-raisers, funded and opened the first LGBT library in Cambridge, and campaigned for better accessibility within the queer community, while also working as a graphic designer who offers sliding scale consulting and design work for local queer businesses. Jack strives to center low-income and disabled folk in their organizing. When not hustling for social justice and survival, Jack can be found doing photography with a steaming mug of coffee, or coveting design ideas on Pinterest. Jack also works with their service dog, Kato. Kato has two years of experience in killing socks, and is passionate about licking peoples knees, especially if they moisturize with coconut oil.