Lisa Royer is a long-time Kingston Resident who is committed to fighting for Justice to all. Motivated by the experiences her children had in Public Schools, Lisa began organizing around issues of Police Brutality, and Education Injustice.
As Outreach Organizer, Lisa is building with people in the community which she lives in order to make a real systemic change that will provide real opportunities to people of Kingston.
COMMUNICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
Stephanie is a first generation queer biracial organizer, activist, and creative. They have the privilege to spend their days as the Communications and Development Coordinator with Rise Up Kingston, uplifting those directly impacted by the traumas of supremacy. Stephanie is also the founder and editor of the rag, a radical feminist zine, and serves as co-organizer of the Radical Liberation Project. A student of transformative justice, community accountability, and somatics for social justice, they are invested in dismantling barriers to collective and personal transformation, and centering healing in our work for liberation.
Stephanie dwells on the occupied land of the Lenape and Mohican (Kingston, NY) with their feisty kid and rescue dog.