Our collective is made up of staff, advisory board members, volunteers, and community members offering healing spaces through TLC. We are committed to uplifting, designing, and facilitating inclusive and accessible spaces and centering those most marginalized in our community.
Volunteer or Become a Board Member
Board Member Information Packet
Learn more about how board members support TLC and what board membership entails.
Board Member Application
Please review the Board Member Information Packet before applying. Anyone 16 years and older is encouraged to apply.
We always need volunteers. Fill out the volunteer application to get added to our volunteer list. We will let you know when volunteer opportunities come up.
Aherlow Kasjaka (they/them)
Aherlow Kasjaka is a white, mostly able-bodied, neurodivergent, queer trans nonbinary person. Throughout their life, they recognized the pivotal impacts physical and mental health and lack of access to resources played in theirs and their family's lives. This led them to a career in food justice and public health initiatives as a registered dietitian. In their work, Aherlow has fought make health accessible to those most marginalized by systems of oppression through government advocacy work and grassroots activism. As a close witness to homophobia, addiction, domestic abuse, and mental health challenges throughout their life, Aherlow recognized their own embodied generational trauma and understood the importance of creating a world where everyone can feel the healing sense of belonging. They recognized they could use their strength from their unconventional life experience as an opportunity to amplify issues in the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as other social justice issues, through their work and their writing. They are also the published author of the modern fiction novel, Triangle (2020), a story about a queer woman's journey towards self-love and healing. You can learn more about Aherlow and their work at justhealingcommunity.com.