Communication Support Specialist
Corey is a native of Birmingham and a lifelong advocate for the advancement, equity, and lifelong successful journey for TPOC communities. Over the years Corey has worked alongside several organizations in the greater Birmingham area, and recently he harnessed his love, passion, and support for TPOC communities and joined the T.A.KE. Resource Center staff.
Tony Haute Sinclair
Healthy Educational Living Prevention (H.E.L.P) Program Coordinator
Tony has been a proud and active member of the LGBTQ+ community since the age of 8 years old. Tony presents himself as a pillar of the community through his activism and philanthropy. This is one reason why Tony accepts all pronouns because Tony respects and loves them all. Tony loves everything about LGBTQ+ culture and upholds our history which continues to provide the next generation with a better way of existing.
Facilities Support Specialists
Wytesha has been a comrade of the LGBTQ community for over 17 years. She has spent the last 20 years helping people in the community doing medical work on all levels. As the Facilities Support Specialists she's dedicated to improving the quality of life for LGBTQ making sure the center is safe for our clients day to day.
Communication Support/Trans Masculine Support
Logan is a native of North Little Rock, Arkansas who later relocated to Birmingham in 2017. He started the work in Arkansas when he saw the need for services in the trans-masculine community. He later joined the team at TAKE as the Communication Specialist. Logan is founder/facilitator of the first Black trans-masculine support group in Birmingham. (Black Knightz).