Christian Beauvoir
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Organizer and Policy Analyst, NA
Christian Beauvoir advocates at the intersections of health policy, racial justice, and youth empowerment to develop transformational and equitable systems of care that meet the needs of communities of color. Through his work, he aims to find ways to institutionalize compassion, to recognize the needs of people, and build space for their humanity in our systems. Christian was the 2019-2020 Health Equity Fellow at The Greenlining Institute. In this role he represented the organization in various coalitions, informing policy platforms and advocacy strategies in conversation with the state legislature and local decision-makers. Christian has also published a report and written articles on the need for pathways to health careers for youth of color, the public health case for prison abolition, and a future COVID-19 vaccine rollout in communities of color. Previously, Christian has worked as a sexual health advocate to increase access to shame-free health care services for communities of color, spearheaded the development of robust youth action boards and career pathways programs, and led programming on gender and masculinity, sexual assault, and relationship abuse. The son of two Los Angeles public school teachers, Christian is a graduate of Stanford University where he majored in Urban Studies with a focus on Urban Education.