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Board of Directors

 

Kayla Tullis
ktullis@glccb.org

Kayla Tullis is a recent graduate of Towson University with a Bachelors Degree in Health Care Management. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, she served in many student leadership roles including National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) President, Greek Ambassador, Executive Board Member of the Council of Diverse Student Organizations and was a very active member of Towson’s LGBTQ student group, In The Life. She currently works for Analytical Informatics, Inc., a Baltimore-based start-up, as an Application Specialist and is pursuing a Masters Degree in Applied Information Technology from Towson University. Kayla serves as a City Director for Lesbians Who Tech, a community of queer women in and around tech. She has volunteered for Baltimore Pride for two consecutive years, serving as the Volunteer Committee Chairperson for the Baltimore Pride 2017 Planning Committee. Kayla lives in Waverly with her fiancée and enjoys touring Baltimore for all of the great food spots and spending time with her family.


Merrik Moses

Br. Merrick Moses is an ordained Old Catholic Priest, writer, community activist and teacher living in Baltimore, MD. This native New Yorker is a graduate of Morgan State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Spanish language. Br. Merrick was one of the first Black Transmen ordained within the Old Catholic Movement in Baltimore.

He was the first Black field organizer for Equality MD, MD’s LGBT civil rights organization.  Br. Merrick was a co-chair of Creating Change 2012, the National Conference on LGBT equality founded and produced by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. He was vice chairperson of Baltimore. Black Pride in 2012, the first Transman to hold that position in the 15 year history of Black Pride in Baltimore. Br Merrick is currently on the volunteer leadership team of Black Transmen Inc. MD/DC Chapter. He is also a Community Liaison in the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City.

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