Kaleef Starks, BA
Kaleef Starks (she/her/hers) is a graduate of UCLA’s Gender Studies program (Class of 2020), Kaleef (also known as Kae) has been involved in community work since the age of 16 lending her voice to multiple spaces surrounding the topics of homelessness, racism, homophobia, transphobia, critical race theory, women’s rights, D.E.I. and overall helping people through her education, professional work young adults, and life experiences as a transgender woman of color. She is a woman who wears multiple hats and has experiences that are fitting for HIV Prevention. Entering the HIV Prevention space as a Biomedical Prevention Services Navigator (PrEP) for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) in May 2021, she currently works with transgender and non-binary youth ages 12-24 as a Sexual Health Educator / BLUSH Facilitator for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Center for Trans Youth Health and Development (CTYHD). Kaleef is passionate about community involvement and hopes to contribute to aiding EHE in its current efforts.