Kristina Agbebiyi is a writer, organizer, and graduate student currently living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Most of their organizing and writing focuses on feminism, reproductive justice, racial justice, and LGBTQ rights.
Kristina participated in YP4 as a fellow in 2014, and returned in 2016 as a trainer and an alumni FemMentor. Within their unpaid organizing work, they primarily worked on racial justice issues in Atlanta through a group called RiseUp, and served as the president of Kennesaw State University’s Intersectional Feminist group, YESBody.
Through these groups, Kristina participated in direct actions and campaigns dedicated to fighting white supremacy, police brutality, sexism, and xenophobia.
Kristina has also served as the Human Services intern for the Kennesaw State Academy for Inclusive Learning, an academy for adults with intellectual disabilities where they learn social, educational and work skills.
In 2017, Kristina served as the Advocacy Intern for Lutheran Services of Georgia in their Refugee Services division. Kristina also served on the advisory board for Campus Pride, an LGBTQ organization in 2016.
For paid organizing work, Kristina served as the Georgia Field Organizer for GetEqual, a radical LGBTQ group, and also as a reproductive justice blogger for Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity. They are currently serving as an Organizing Fellow with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan.
Kristina graduated with a degree in Human Services: Nonprofit Administration from Kennesaw State University in 2017, where they also received the Outstanding Graduate Award for their contributions to social justice movements, and a passion for serving others.
In the fall, Kristina will continue their studies at the University of Michigan, where they will earn their Masters in Social Work with a concentration in Social Policy and Evaluation in Community Systems. Kristina is Black, Queer, Nonbinary, and only uses they/them pronouns.