Angélique “Angel” Gravely is a bisexual educator, writer, speaker, and advocate based in the Philadelphia area. Since 2013, she has worked to bridge opportunity and knowledge gaps between marginalized and privileged communities by addressing LGBTQ+ issues from an intersectional lens. Her multifaceted work has included presenting at Christian and LGBTQ-themed conferences, writing for nationally-recognized LGBTQ+ blogs, and facilitating LGBTQ-focused teacher professional development training as a board member of GLSEN Philly.
Her areas of expertise include:
- Highlighting bisexual+ experiences, needs, and histories
- Highlighting Black SGL/LGBTQ+ experiences, needs, and histories
- Supporting LGBTQ+ K-12 students in schools and within families
- Creating and strengthening LGBTQ-inclusive Christian communities
Angel holds a M.Ed. in Counselor Education and Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University and a B.A. from Eastern University, where she gained her passion for this work. She is also passionate about seeing all students thrive and consequently works as a school counselor in her local school district.
If you would like to request her services, please use the contact form.