JACQUELINE LUNA, LCSW (she/her/they/them), is a queer radical social worker from Chicago. Since 2004, Luna has prioritized working with survivors of violence and ensuring a survivor-centered, anti-oppressive, and trauma informed environment. She received her Bachelors in Psychology through DePaul University and Masters in Social Work through the University of Illinois at Chicago. She currently works with Rainbow Services, an organization serving survivors of intimate partner violence, as the Director of Supportive Services. She is licensed in both California and Illinois.
Luna is passionate about bridging community organizing and mental health in order to strengthen social justice movements. She has supported movement groups, such as youth-led immigrant, LGBTQ+, and survivor-led collectives, as a mental health and wellness consultant. Living in Los Angeles for her sixth year, mountains remain her favorite part.