Dr. Krystal Redman (they, she)
Board Statement: SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! Announces New Executive Director
Agbo Ikor (she, her, hers)
Policy and Advocacy Director
Agbo is a womanist from Stockbridge, GA. Though always interested in civil rights and feminism, Agbo did not become more fully involved in activism and social justice until she attended Vanderbilt University, receiving a Bachelor’s in Women and Gender Studies, Psychology, and Philosophy. Agbo has worked with Atlanta Women for Equality to fight sexual discrimination at school and work, and hopes to extend her passions into a career in social work and the law. Agbo hopes to work with SPARK to bring holistic reproductive change in the state she loves and the rest of the deep south.
Erin Gloster (she, her, hers)
Erin is an Ohio native who moved to Atlanta to attend Spelman College. After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Spelman, Erin went on to obtain her Master of Arts degree in Mass Communication from Georgia State University. She has always been involved in building up her community through advocating for the homeless and inner-city youth, as well as various community services projects both personally and through school organizations. Though after graduating, Erin worked in the production industry, she is excited to alter her career path with her position at SPARK. Erin loves to spend time outdoors and uses both painting and writing to express herself creatively.
Kelli Goode (she, her, hers)
Kelli Goode is a writer, interdisciplinary artist, and Spark Reproductive Justice NOW’s Trans Leadership Coordinator. Kelli is a New Jersey native who moved to Atlanta to further her education and build community in QTPOC spaces. She found her passion for activism during her time navigating her undergraduate career at Georgia Gwinnett College where she battled with sexism, racism, misogynoir and transphobia.
Her work with Spark Reproductive Justice NOW is strengthening the Black Trans and GNC community while also being able to bring access and essentials to said community.
Carter (she, they)
Carter is an unapologetic, intersectional Black feminist. While she was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, Atlanta raised her. Most of Carter’s involvement in the realm of activism has consisted of the pursuit of racial justice and queer issues, particularly bisexual politics. She is incredibly passionate about expanding the ways in which we navigate and deconstruct the gender binary, both in our work and our personal lives.
She is very excited to support SPARK’s vision and to help expand awareness of current events related to reproductive justice in the South and beyond.
Asha Bradin-Starks (she/her)
Alex Moody (they/them)
If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow
Although originally from Massachusetts, Alex found their home and political passion for the Reproductive Justice movement in the South while working in grassroots abortion funding in New Orleans. They attended law school at the University of Michigan as a way to expand their utility in movement work, specifically at the intersection of Queer and Trans liberation and Reproductive Justice. Alex is excited to rejoin SPARK as a second year If/When/How Fellow and continue working to shift the balances of power and create structural change in Georgia and across the South .
Mercédes Loving-Manley (she/her/hers)
Mercédes is an artist and community curator born and raised in Dorchester, MA. She utilizes her creative writing and and organizing skills to manage PrideXtended, Inc., a nonprofit she founded in 2020 that centers the wellbeing and security of Black trans and Black nonbinary people.
SPARK Board of Directors
Nia Martin-Robinson (she/ her)
Sabrina Rewald, JD (she/ her)
Dr. Didine Saint Louis (she/ her)
Cazembe Jackson (he/him)
Jessica Pinckney (she/her)
Preston Mitchum, Esq., LL.M. (he/him/his)
Candace Bond-Theriault, Esq., LL.M.