Corinne Green is the Policy & Legislative Strategist at Equality Federation. In this role, she tracks all LGBTQ-related legislation across the country and provides policy analysis and support to Equality Federation members.
Corinne is a harm reduction and queer rights activist from New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to joining Equality Federation, she worked for Transgender Law Center, where she oversaw the passage and implementation of California’s Gender Recognition Act, the country’s largest expansion of access to nonbinary gender markers, and created the Protect Trans Health campaign to defend gender identity protections in the Affordable Care Act. In her home state, as President of Louisiana Trans Advocates and Policy Coordinator for Equality Louisiana, she fended off anti-LGBTQ attacks, helped write the Deep South’s first trans-inclusive nondiscrimination executive order, and broadened access to the overdose reversal drug naloxone.
She serves on the board of National Harm Reduction Coalition and holds degrees from Louisiana State University in French and International Studies.
Pronouns: she/her/hers or they/them/theirs
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
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