Landon Woolston

Landon Woolston. (c) 2018 Flynn Larsen. Photo Courtesy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Landon Woolston

As a queer and trans social worker, advocate, and activist, Landon “LJ” Woolston, MSW (he/him or they/them), is invested in equity and collective liberation. He had spent over half of a decade serving LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness, while raising local awareness of the institutional and systemic barriers that disproportionately affect this population and other under-resourced communities. He currently provides consulting and training on LGBTQ inclusivity, trans competency, and youth and trans homelessness. LJ is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Leader and a Point Foundation Alumni.