Robbie Clark is a Black, queer, trans masculine agitator, visionary and strategist born and raised in Oakland, California. Robbie is a recent cancer survivor and has close to 20 years of experience in social justice work. Robbie was trained in organizing at Right to the City member organization Causa Justa::Just Cause (CJJC), leading campaigns to stop illegal evictions and expand protections for tenants for 11 years. They were a member of the original Homes for All organizing committee. Robbie learned that they enjoyed supporting other organizers in their development while at CJJC. They also worked as a coach and trainer for the Groundswell Fund Grassroots Organizing Institute. And spent time as a core member of Black Lives Matter Bay Area. Prior to Robbie’s cancer diagnosis, they worked with the Black Futures Lab as the Deputy Director and led the field program for the Black Census Project that reached over 30,000 Black people across the nation, included partnerships with over 40 organizations, and trained over 100 Black organizers. Robbie is also on the advisory board for the Catalyst Project. Overall, Robbie is a commitment to the liberation of Black people – mind, body and spirit.You can also find Robbie making playlists, honing their beginner drumming skills with SambaFunk, or hogging the mic at a karaoke night.