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Board of Directors

  • Marcus Waterbury, Chair (he/him)
    Marcus Waterbury, Chair (he/him)

    Senior Vice President, Wealth Advisor at Morgan Stanley

  • Jackson Raynor, Secretary (they/them)
    Jackson Raynor, Secretary (they/them)

    Jackson Raynor is a research technician at the University of Minnesota in the field of cancer immunology. Jackson has spent the majority of their life in or around the Twin Cities - growing up in St. Louis Park, moving to Northfield, MN to attend Carleton College, and returning to Minneapolis after graduation in 2017. Jackson believes in the healing power of community, and aims to be an active member of the Minneapolis queer and leather communities. They also believe in the importance of art as a healing practice for queers especially and are an avid supporter of queer performers. Jackson hopes to continue their education in the future by pursuing a Master's degree and a license to practice therapy focusing on queer community in their own practice.

  • Jason Umentum, Treasurer (he/him)
    Jason Umentum, Treasurer (he/him)

    Jason is a Strategic Initiatives Manager at Thrivent where he oversees marketing technology implementation and other initiatives that improve digital customer experience. He centers customer consent, data privacy and responsive intelligence in his work. In his career, he's helped develop sustainable technology and business solutions and also led workplace DEI and cultural competence initiatives, including founding Thrivent's Pride Business Network for LGBTQ+ employees and allies. He currently leads the Thrivent Pride Business Impact Committee, which delivers research, analysis and insights on the positive impact of LGBTQ+ inclusion in Thrivent's business, workplace and communities.

    Jason is the incoming chair of the Reclaim Governance Committee. As a trans person who has been fortunate to access quality therapy, support and community, he knows it's critical to increase access for all queer and trans youth, especially those of multiply marginalized identities. Jason lives with roommates and three cats in South Minneapolis. In his spare time, he enjoys planting things, hiking, and making art, food, mead, and music.

  • Kate Curley (they/them)
    Kate Curley (they/them)

    Dr. Kate Curley is a Learning and Development Consultant with a specialty on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at HealthPartners. Prior to this role, they received their doctorate in Educational Leadership and have held other roles where they were a college professor of leadership, conducted LGBTQ+ training for high school and college students, and did volunteer sexual violence counseling here in the Twin Cities. In addition to their professional role at HealthPartners, Curley also is an independent researcher who currently focuses on the intersection of trans/non-binary and religious, secular, and spiritual identities and communities. They are particularly excited about being back in the Twin Cities where they grew up, helping bridge communities and movements towards collective liberation, watching boy love K-Dramas, and telling everyone about that one time they met Janelle Monáe.

  • CB Baga (they/them)
    CB Baga (they/them)

    CB Baga is an associate at the law firm Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath. In 2015, CB founded the free queer/trans Legal Clinic at the Volunteer Lawyers Network to provide a gateway to legal resources to the community. In their billable career, CB works in complex commercial litigation, including insurance, sports and recreation, risk management, and complex contract disputes. In their pro bono work, CB specializes in trans community care, including brief services advice and identity document corrections. CB also volunteers to train courts, legal community, and education community to become more culturally competent with the trans and queer community. In addition to RECLAIM, CB is a board member for Gender Justice. CB joined the RECLAIM Board of Directors as a way to serve and give back to the community that raised them—because RECLAIM supports our community’s healing and can re-allocate access to healing resources despite the inequitable structures of capitalism and volunteer mutual aid. Outside of law and community work, CB is a circus artist-coach-performer and furparent.