Jaimée Marsh (pronouns: she/her/hers & they/them/theirs) is an organizer, an educator, and a scholar from Spokane, WA. She has used these talents to build power with queer and trans people of color, youth, and first-generation college students for over 15 years. Jaimée earned a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan and a Bachelors in Public Health and Social Work from the University of Washington. She currently specializes in community organizing, arts and cultural programming, as well as program evaluation and organizational development. For the past eight years, Jaimée has worked as an administrator in higher education student affairs, as well as a consultant focused on racial equity and gender and sexual diversity and inclusion.
Currently, she serves as the Associate Director of the University of Washington Q Center where she cultivates a community space for people to bring their full selves. She is passionately centers radical joy and healing, and fostering sustained partnerships between the university and the community at large. As a consultant, she specializes in community organizing, arts and cultural programming, as well as program evaluation and organizational development. Beyond work, Jaimée is a globetrotter and a super foodie trying to find the place where radical social change and cheese intersect.