Board of Directors
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Cameron Bartosiewicz is a social entrepreneur working to develop and implement solutions to the greatest inequities facing global society.
Bartosiewicz founded the Youth Pride Association from his own experiences growing up LGBTQ, in the hopes that future generations will grow up in a society that accepts them for who they are. Bartosiewicz has been leading YPA as both President and Chief Executive Officer since its founding in February 2020. Bartosiewicz has been the recipient of the President's Award for Student Innovation, the Newman Civic Fellowship, and the Justice Leadership Institute for his work at YPA
Dorian Curtin lives in California and grew up near Palm Springs, which has a significant Pride presence. She graduated from California State University Channel Islands, with a B.S. in Environmental Science and Resource Management and Certificate in Environmental Technologies.
Whether it is volunteering her time at local National Parks, the Youth Pride Association, or doing trail maintenance on the weekends, she is dedicated to making the world a better place, one step at a time. She has extensive experience in data research and analysis, assisting her in her duties at YPA.
Jordyn Burman is currently a computer science and applied mathematics student attending Kennesaw State University in Atlanta, Georgia. While working towards a career in data science and advocating for LGBTQ+ individuals in the STEAM industry, she also paves the way for becoming KSU’s first transgender woman to join an eSports team.
Amanda Curtin graduated from CSU Channel Islands with a Bachelors in Sociology with a Minor in Anthropology. She is looking into further education for Cultural Anthropology. She grew up in the Palm Springs area where there is a heavy LGBTQ community presence. As a current resident of the Palm Springs area, her current job as an Outdoor Adventure Instructor allows her to take marginalized groups(such as LGBTQ+ and allies, Adaptive, seniors, families from low income backgrounds, etc.) on camping trips, coastal trips, and other outdoor activities.
Isabeau is in her senior year at the University of Central Florida studying Biology and German Studies. She is a research assistant and currently completing an undergraduate honors thesis focused on the stories of queer and POC individuals who have experienced homelessness. As an active member of her college community, Isabeau has held various executive board positions in campus organizations as well as in the greater Orlando community.