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Jerrell comes from the Midwest and is currently living in Seattle. He coaches high school volleyball and track & field and is a co-founder of a queer poc podcast.


Jenna comes to the Reality Check Advisory Board as a white queer transgender woman, and is currently a graduate student at the University of Nevada, Reno studying how transgender and non-binary athletes are included, or not, in sports. She is an avid ultimate frisbee player and a staunch intersectional advocate for the rights of people of all genders and sexes.


Seph (short for Joseph) who has professionally worked in technical and non-technical fields; has an educational background covering engineering, communications, psychology, and sociology; and is a avid traveler who has had the opportunity to visit multiple countries on every continent with the exception of Antarctica. He is a cisgender male, born to Black and Korean parents, and his sexuality is generally identified as either queer or pansexual (he just really likes people). His primary volunteer projects center around trying to provide more inclusion and raise more awareness, for members of the LGBTQIA+ community in sports where he mainly focuses on ultimate.



Julian learned the difference between diversity and inclusivity his freshman year at predominately white, Catholic, heterosexual Notre Dame as a mixed-race, Protestant, homosexual that had never watched a college football game. He went on to earn his B.A. and then a law degree from Georgetown Univ. He currently works as an iOS developer in San Diego, CA, and organizes Startup Weekend events across the country.


Caleb (he/him/his) was born in the San Francisco area, grew up near Denver, and currently lives in Minnesota and is an example of privilege in America (male, middle-class, cisgender, white, educated). He currently coaches and competes in ultimate frisbee where he is working to improve as an ally and advocate for people of all races, genders, and sexes.