Arianna Lint

Community Advisory Board

Arianna Lint, is a "refugee" Latina Transgender Woman who just opened her own organization, "TransLatina Florida Chapter." Her last job was as the director of transgender advocacy for a South Florida not-for-profit.

Now her role is to help connect transgender residents with employment opportunities, safe housing, social networks, and medical services. She has served on the board for TransLatin@ Coalition, chair of the community empowerment committee of the HIV Broward planning council, is part of the TransAction Florida group of Equality Florida and has also recently become a Member of the Trans (T+) national advisory board sponsored by the Transgender Law Center of San Francisco and Elton John Foundation. She is also on the community advisory board for The Well Project. Arianna is originally from Peru, where she lived through her graduation from Law School at San Martín de Porres University.

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