Tai Vo is a Vietnamese, trans, and disabled educator, scholar, activist, and service provider who supervises Griffin Centre’s reachOUT program, which centers the needs of queer and trans youth, with a focus on newcomers, disabled folks, and people of color through counselling, case management, youth engagement, outreach, and arts initiatives. He has worked in various service settings including LGBTQ, settlement, sexual health, and mental health in both Toronto and New York City, and has published on the following: sexual identity, gender identity, migration, HIV and community health, and incorporating decolonial and community-based approaches to research. He directed the award-winning documentary Our Compass, which was co-written by queer and trans youth labelled with intellectual disabilities. Tai is committed to fostering both self and community determination for all queer, trans, and two-spirit peoples.
- Trans Kids on the Autism Spectrum
- Fantastic Futures: Creating Narratives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color that Transcend Occupation, Racial Violence, and Time
- Disability and Racial Justice
- Creating Services and Spaces for Trans People with Disabilities