Introducing Ending Youth Homelessness Honoree, Ashlee Marie Preston
Ending Youth Homelessness: A Benefit for My Friend’s Place is quickly approaching on Wednesday, October 19! At this annual event, My Friend’s Place has the great privilege to recognize outstanding individuals and organizations working to end youth homelessness, one young person at a time. These champions make transformative opportunities for homeless youth in Los Angeles possible, and we are excited to share more about this year’s inspiring honorees.
Ashlee Marie Preston
Ashlee is the Chair of Communications and serves on the Executive Committee for the Transgender Service Provider Network, and she is also a board member with the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, the Imperial Court of Hollywood/Los Angeles, and the CSW/LA Pride Organization. Committed to utilizing media as a vehicle in which to implement change and social awareness, Ashlee has been featured in numerous BuzzFeed videos, is currently one of the faces in the FDA’s “This Free Life” campaign to address tobacco-related deaths in LGBT youth, and produces documentary films that speak to the narrative of underserved communities.