Geoff Corey is the Manager of Digital Organizing at Advocates for Youth where he develops digital campaigns that support young people in leading efforts to shift policy and programs at the local, state, and national level. He uses email, social media and other digital strategies to engage and mobilize the Youth Activist Network (YAN), a group of approximately 100,000 youth willing to take action to support people of all genders in their fight for sex education; LGBTQ health and rights; reproductive rights and justice, including access to birth control and abortion care; HIV prevention, treatment and care; and gender-based violence prevention; among others.
Geoff was previously a Digital Media Director in the U.S. Senate, where he worked on national digital campaigns to protect the Affordable Care Act, stop the border wall, defend and uplift stories of DREAMers, oppose Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, and expose human rights abuses (both abroad and within U.S. agencies, such as ICE). He also led digital rapid response efforts around the nomination of Mike Pompeo to be Secretary of State. Geoff graduated from SUNY Albany, where he was the founder of GLBTQ Organizing & Educating (GOE), an activist group that successfully lobbied for gender neutral housing options on campus, and educated students around queer & trans issues.