Jaden Fields is an LA-based organizer, cultural worker, and educator. Jaden is the incoming Co-Director of Mirror Memoirs, an oral history and national organizing project that uplifts the healing and liberation of queer, trans, intersex, and non-binary Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (QTIBIPOC) who are survivors of child sexual abuse. In his work with Mirror Memoirs, Jaden is an archive storyteller and has played a pivotal role in co-designing Mirror Memoirs’ strategic vision, programs, and structure. His work within grassroots and nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County has included designing and leading trauma-informed programs for trans folks to access health services, training government agencies to better serve transgender people, participatory action research, and policy advocacy at the city and county level. Jaden was an inaugural member of the Los Angeles Transgender Advisory Council, a 2017 California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Fellow, and 2019 Echoing Green finalist.