Oluwatobi Maeyen Odugunwa is a multi-marginalized advocate and organizer. They immigrated from Nigeria as a child, and now call the United States South home.
Oluwatobi is passionate about social justice and has deep ties to the fights for LGBTQ freedom, abolition, racial justice, and disability justice. Some of their commitments include working at a mutual aid fund for autistic POC (The Autistic People of Color Fund); serving as a member leader for a multiracial, LGBTQ abolition organization (Southerners on New Ground Nashville); and being an active member of the U.S. Gender and Disability Justice Alliance.
Oluwatobi graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2021. They have a full time position as an Anti-Bias Coordinator at a publishing company, working with internal brands such as Verywell Health, PEOPLE, and Better Homes and Gardens. Oluwatobi loves their cat, and spends most of their free time reading, playing videogames, or learning ASL and Korean.
Updated May 2023.