Stanford Pride Interview Series
The Champions featuring Jay-Marie Hill
Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, a new interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.
Host Jarreau Bowen (he/him/his) ’07, MA ’08, interviews Jay-Marie Hill (they/all) ’10 to learn about Jay-Marie’s advocacy for the Black Trans community and how their experience at Stanford shaped their path in activism and art.
|Jarreau Bowen||Jay-Marie Hill|
The format will be a 20 minute interview followed by 10 minutes of Q&A from the audience. Learn more about The Champions on our website.
Listen via Podcast:
The Champions Interview Series featuring Jay-Marie Hill ’10
February 26, 2022
About Jay-Marie Hill
Theater & Performance Studies, 2010
Minor in African & African American Studies
Jay-Marie (they/them/Holy) is an artist, facilitator, and organizer from Castro Valley, CA, and now based out of St. Louis, MO.
They currently run Black Transcendence – a nationally-oriented Consulting and Production House that specializes in freedom dreaming and policy consultation in the name of elevating Black Trans folks and Black Women.
Most recently, Jay-Marie piloted and ran a Trans Justice Program representing 25,000 Trans and Queer constituents statewide via the Missouri ACLU. You can find their music online at jay-marieisholy.bandcamp.com or on your favorite streaming platforms under Jay-Marie is Holy. Learn more about their past work at musicfreedomdreams.com.
Learn more about Jay-Marie’s music, art, and advocacy:
Music Streaming: http://songwhip.com/jaymarieisholy/
Latest Music Video, I Wanna Love