Luckie Alexander, the founder of Invisible Men, is a Transman who is an advocate exacting change that builds bridges within the LGBTQI community and creates resources and support around transmasculine folks and trans parents. He is the Community Outreach Liaison for Alpha Omega Nu Fraternity Inc, a fraternity for transmen, member of Los Angeles County Transgender Advisory Council, CHIPTS CAB Member, HIV Commissioner and a proud member & Historian of the Brown Boi Project and the Director of Career Programs at Trans Can Work. He received the title of Mr. Quest 2018, a community advocacy award with APAIT. He was the Assistant Strategy Director for the historic 2019 National Trans Visibility March and has received the Lou Sullivan Award for the work he does centered around transmasculine individuals in the HIV/AIDS arena.
Luckie has a passion for Gender and Social Justice and is very committed to giving back to the community through education, training, and awareness. He also provides healing by creating fun wherever he goes and teaching mixed media art & computer technology. His experience spans 18 years in capacities such as SGA Leadership in Utah, a homeless shelter program manager, Peer Mentor for homeless LGBTQI youth in Las Vegas Nv. and L. A. Ca. He has also done speaking engagements expressing his story of transmasculine experience and facilitated cultural humility training for LA homeless housing facilities. He also holds degrees in Computer Science, Math, and Culinary Arts and is currently working towards a BA in Psychology. Luckie is a dedicated member of the community and a father raising 4 children to be open minded free thinkers and lovers of gummy bears.
IG: @InvisibleTransMen FB: Invisible Men
“I wanted to create a platform we could tell our stories without taking up space in other ways. We are the only ones who can tell our stories and they need to be heard.”