Healer, Artist, Writer, Occupied Unceded Haudenosaunee and Kanien’kehá:ka land, Albany, NY
Moe Whitcomb (they/them/theirs) attended the New York State University at Albany and received a Bachelor of Arts in Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies and Sociology in 2011. They have also engaged in graduate work in Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies and Mental Health Counseling. Currently, Mx. Whitcomb is a sexual assault counselor working with incarcerated victims/survivors of sexual violence. Prior to working as a counselor, Mx. Whitcomb worked with incarcerated parents and their children and has assisted people incarcerated in New York State prisons with legal issues related to their confinement. Mx. Whitcomb is the communication chair for the Justice Studies Association and is a council member for the New York Civil Liberties Union Capital Region Chapter. They are also an artist and writer working to shed light on social injustice and address their own trauma and healing.