Blake Kitterman is the Associate Director of Campus Organizing at It’s On Us, a role in which he is privileged to engage with local and regional organizers to work towards broad-scale changes in the movement to prevent campus sexual violence. Blake’s portfolio of organizing work includes training with the Obama-era nonprofit Organizing for Action and End Rape On Campus, where he most recently served as a member of the Speaker Series. As a young political operative, Blake has served in various party positions, including the Executive Vice President of the TN Young Democrats, the Southern Regional Director of the Young Democrats of America LGBTQ+ Caucus, and a Delegate to the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Blake’s TEDx speech, Me Too, Now What?, navigates queer discrimination in criminal justice systems and the barriers that exist for LGBTQ+ assault survivors in the South. Additionally, Blake has been spotlighted in public campaign initiatives with the National Center for Lesbian Rights and GLAAD in opposing the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Based in the Volunteer State, Blake earned his B.S. in Political Science & Public Service at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Presently, Blake lives in Chattanooga, TN with his hedgehog, Regina Pork Chop, and is a certified scuba diver.