Quinn Gormley, who uses she/they pronouns, is 27 years old and lives with their husband and dog in Auburn, Maine. Quinn became involved in activism and trans liberation in 2011 after attending a support group with Maine TransNet, a grassroots trans organization serving Mainers. Since then, they have been highly involved with the organization and took on the role of Executive Director in 2016. Prior to Maine TransNet, Quinn worked in public health managing an HIV testing program for the Health Equity Alliance, one of the state’s main AIDS service organizations. She attended the University Church of Chicago for Percussion Performance. Quinn grew up an avid musician, which they hoped to turn into a career in college. Quinn deeply values their relationships with friends and family. They believe there is something to be learned from everyone, even those with vastly different worldviews.
Please cite as: Querying the Past: LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project Collection, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ Collection, Jean Byers Sampson Center for Diversity in Maine, University of Southern Maine Libraries.
For more information about the Querying the Past: Maine LGBTQ Oral History Project, please contact Dr. Wendy Chapkis.
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Maine TransNet, Damariscotta, coming out, trans liberation, religion, Maine Queer Health, Health Equity Alliance, suicide, trauma, grief, music, chosen family and friends, public health
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Dunn, Liam and Sucy, Katherine, "Gormley, Quinn" (2021). Querying the Past: LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project Collection. 72.
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