CÁMO Cemi’no

Community Engagement Specialist


Areas of Expertise

Joy Advocacy
Community/Coalition Building
Abolition & Critical Pedagogy
LGBTQ+ Youth Advocacy
Neurodivergent Youth Advocacy
BIPOC Trans* Youth Advocacy
Research & Development

CÁMO Cemi’no is a multi-hyphenated, multi-talented individual with a thirst for structural change and survivor-centered activism. She is a proud Afro-Latinx, Trans* and Neurodivergent youth activist. Recent graduate of Ivy League Brown University, she is the Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of an aspiring 501©(3) organization known as LOGRO. LOGRO is an equity-driven network of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ organizers that collaborate with individuals and organizations to foster inclusive communities and raise social consciousness through new age activism. She (with the support of her co-founder Diana Tiburcio) founded LOGRO during the height of COVID-19 and while completing their Bachelors.

At New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA), she acts as their Community Engagement Specialist. Her life’s mission is to revitalize Latin America and bring visibility to Queer, Trans*, and Neurodivergent Afro-Latinx populations with an emphasis in anti-violence, anti-oppression, anti-racism, and the critical pedagogy of joy. In her free time, she combines her passion for social justice with her passion for the arts. She excels in dance & choreography, filmmaking, poetry, photography, singing, tocando güira, and painting (just to name a few). Her heart and soul are tied to Afro-Latinx music and social justice. She does not want to live a life without either. She hopes that her pedagogy of radical love and healing can propel NJCASA’s vision of ending sexual violence forward. Her favorite animal is a Humpback Whale, and she has a ball python named “Maja-Negra”.