Carmen Luz Corredor (she/her) began as a bilingual (English/Spanish) Rapid Resource Responder in September 2020, and is now the Manager of the HIV HUB/Hotline Resources at Center on Halsted. She currently serves as Community Advisory Board Member at Northwestern Medicine’s Gender Pathways program. Before her board membership, Carmen has supported different social groups such as the Queer Non-Monogamy Baddies, a discussion and support group for queer folks-of-color in the Chicagoland area to delve into topics around ethical non-monogamy. She is also one-third of the ongoing fundraising collective, Trans Equity Alliance (TEA). Through fundraising talent showcases, TEA raises funds for trans-led non-profit organizations creating tangible change in their local sphere. Carmen is passionate about radical sexual health education and reallocation of funds through mutual aid. She has received her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.