Director of Accessibility Initiatives
Gilliana is passionate about accessibility and equity, fighting for those with hidden/invisible identities. Active in Jewish youth organizations, FLI networks, arts collectives, and feminist-music-social justice intensives, she has embraced her quirks and survivor status as proudly worn emblems. Being a member of several underrepresented and marginalized communities informs who she is as an activist, advocate, ally, and artist. Following her gap year, no one is surprised that she is designing her own multi-hyphenate major(s), blending these facets with psychology and trauma studies. As a writer and musician, Gilliana is an avid believer that creative expression is a vital tool for healing, having turned to it throughout her entire life.