Jack Hixson-Vulpe is a graduate student at the Women and Gender Studies Institute at the University of Toronto. His identity is never static, but he can feel comfortable with the words queer and trans. His current theoretical work focuses on notions of queer futurity. He has been involved with community-based organizations for 10 years, starting as a workshop facilitator for T.E.A.C.H (Teens Educating and Confronting Homophobia). He has worked for the past 6 years organizing events and conferences, including the 4th annual Canadian Universities Queer Services Conference. He hopes to work on issues which will look at community healthcare, policy, trans issues and access to abortions. Jack is incredibly excited to work on Trans Bodies, Trans Selves and as a publicity intern.