Logan Meza

Youth Community Organizer / logan@soulsistersleadership.org

 Logan Meza (they/them/theirs) is a non binary/transgender, afro-latinx queer youth activist that has worked with a number of organizations, including working with the Black Girls Matter (BGM) MIA coalition, sitting on the logistics committee of LadyFest Miami (2015 and 2016), and co-planning The Florida March for Black Women. They are certified in Photoshop CS4, Photoshop CS6 and are passionate about art, politics and social justice. They are also very passionate about mental, physical, and spiritual wellness after losing their mom to breast cancer in December of 2013. As a child to a deaf, widowed parent, they strive to make a difference in the world on an interpersonal and grand scale level. They strongly believe in the idea that “if you don’t live for something, you’ll die for nothing,” which acts as the fuel for their professional activism career as well as their spontaneous, “life is short, so seize the day” lifestyle. They are planning to pursue a masters in social work as well as a bachelor’s in graphic design to further propel them forward into the professional activism world.