Patronus: Tonkinese Cat
Favorite Quote : “I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” – Audre Lorde
Jennan Paige Andrew is a queer Caribbean feminist from Trinidad and Tobago with deep interest in sustainable social change that is guided by intersectional and participatory practices. She is a co-founder and current co- director at WE-Change, a LBQ women’s rights organisation based in Jamaica, where she is responsible for Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning and organisational development. Paige completed a MA Communications and Development as a Fulbright Scholar (2018) at Ohio University and has conducted research on intimate partner violence within the LBTQ community in Jamaica, and queer representation in the media. As a Women Deliver alumna, Paige is also interested in sexual and reproductive health rights, collective self-care and co-creating safe spaces for LBQ women in the Caribbean region. In her spare time she likes to travel, plan trips and document my travels on my blog, watch Greys Anatomy and cook. She speaks English and some Spanish (enough to not get *too* lost in a Spanish-speaking country).