Meet Our Staff

Brian Langevin Executive Director

Brian grew up in a small-town on the West coast of Canada, where the adversity they faced fostered a deep passion for social service and advocacy. Recognizing the need for a more collaborative and sustainable movement, Brian brought together a team to found Asexual Outreach in 2014. Since then, Brian's passion for the nonprofit sector led them to a Nonprofit Management program at Ryerson University, while Brian's drive for equality has them happily spending their days building a better society for aces and aros across the country.

Meet Our Board

Justine Munich Board Chair

Coming from a background in disability therapy and justice, Justine's passion for education and advocacy has led to their extensive work around sexuality and gender. As an active member of local ace community groups on the Canadian West Coast and in Switzerland, and as a moderator on the Asexual Visibility and Education Network's "Gender Discussion" forum, Justine remains deeply involved in ace community organizing. Their role as Vice-Chair on Asexual Outreach's board is an extension of that involvement, where their experience helps them guide Asexual Outreach toward working more equitably and effectively across Canada and the United States.

John Espinosa Board Vice-Chair

John is an attorney, educator, and mediator in Massachusetts. They graduated from The University of Michigan Law School in 2009 with a J.D., and from University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2012 with a M.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies - Conflict Resolution. Since 2017 John's pro bono work has included serving on the leadership of the American Bar Association's Committee on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity as a vice-chair, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association. They currently have a private virtual law practice at providing legal advice and consultation in business law, real estate law, estate planning, taxation, and conflict resolution.

Tom Schrantz Board Member

Tom discovered that he was asexual when he was 31. Since then, he has dedicated his time to help others learn about asexuality by creating several asexuality related websites, by getting involved in the monthly Seattle Ace Meetup group, and by joining Asexual Outreach's board at the start of 2016. He believes that education and outreach are the key to helping other people discover who they are.

Hannah Hussey Board Member

Hannah has participated in ace community groups in Boston and Washington, D.C. and became a co-organizer of New England Aces in 2014. She regularly conducts asexuality workshops with college students, community members, and service providers in New England and is eager to bring that experience to Asexual Outreach. Hannah graduated from Tufts University in 2012, where her capstone project examined the contributions of feminist and queer theory to asexuality studies, and has been working in LGBTQ youth policy ever since. Through her work with Asexual Outreach, she looks forward to improving the collective understanding of risks and resiliency for asexual-spectrum individuals and supporting communities in addressing them.