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Dr. David Baker-Hargrove
PRESIDENT / Co-CEO
Dr. Baker-Hargrove brings 21 years of experience as a leader, organizer, and developer of community based programming. Trained as a psychotherapist, he is the Board President Emeritus of The Metropolitan Business Association and the Past President of Come Out With Pride, Central Florida’s LGBT Pride Event. During his tenure in these positions, he helped re-organize and stabilize the structure of both organizations. While Vice President of Development for the Mental Health Association of Central Florida, he was instrumental in taking the organization from an annual budget of $220,000 per year to 1.6 million per year in four years. He is recognized throughout the world as an expert on mental health issues as they relate to gender identity and speaks regularly at national and international conferences regarding the treatment of gender dysphoria. In 2001, He provided mental health support to the FDNY and NYPD at World Trade Center Ground Zero following the September 11th terrorist attacks.
Chief Operating officer/ Co-CEO
Robert earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Textile Sciences with a minor in Business Administration. In 2000, he earned his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Webster University. In April 2018, Robert ended his 24 year plus career with The Walt Disney Company. He was fortunate to have been a Proprietor, Producer, Resource Manager, Choreographer and Production Manager for numerous new shows, parades and special events for Walt Disney Entertainment and Disney Cruise Line.
Robert has served on the board for the Mental Health Association of Central Florida for 6 years. During his term as Board Chair, he guided a successful capital campaign enabling the organization to fully purchase a new building while the organization grew from an annual budget of $220,000 to 1.6 million. He also served on the Florida State Board of Directors for Mental Health as the Treasure.
He has been very active in the local Central Florida LGBT community serving as the past Executive Producer for the Come Out with Pride Entertainment Committee. Also, Robert was an active member of the Disney Resource Group, PRIDE serving on the leadership team. As an out African-American man, diversity and inclusion and the intersection of where various groups overlap is a passion for Robert.
As the Chief Operating Officer for Two Spirit, it is his priority to build an organization which helps people live and be their true authentic self in a welcoming and culturally competent environment which not only extends to the LGBT community but to all layers of diversity.
Sherrie brings over ten years of management experience in the health, nonprofit, and service sectors. Over the last four years at Two Spirit Health Services, her eye for detail and super-organized approach to work has enabled her to efficiently deliver excellent results for all of our clients and staff. Although she juggles multiple tasks simultaneously, her outgoing and friendly personality helps keep our office both positive and productive. She is a single mother to her handsome son, Owen, and loves being a mom.
Business Office Specialist
I am a Puerto Rican cis woman, lesbian, artist and activist actively involved in the central Florida LGBTQ+ and sexual reproductive Justice movement. After experiencing loss and trauma from the Pulse Nightclub tragedy; I felt the urge to rekindle my activism in the social justice movement.
It was imperative that I find a place I was free to be my truth, and more specifically, a place where I did not have to be a teacher; a space where my own experiences were mirrored, and my image and story was uplifted, not challenged. I began doing artbase support groups and found my way to QLatinx. Through my participation as a core leader I recognize the importance of intersectionality in the social justice movements. I now organize to shift cultural narratives around reproductive Justice and LGBTQ+ rights in the Latinx community.
I face many unique struggles as a Queer, Latinx woman, not the least of which is continually finding my narrative co-opted or told for me. I found that these experiences are echoed by my community. I have made it my goal to help provide a safe place which allows the diverse voices of Central Florida find each other to heal. Doing so I found a home with Two Spirit.
My story is multi-faceted but has truly become fruitful in the light of the pain I’ve express after Pulse.
Marcia has been working in Human Resource Management for 23 years in two fortune 100 companies. She has served as the leader of Diversity and Inclusion in the South East for Home Depot. Training and Development interests have allowed Marcia to take leadership for programs that allow development plans for employees to be more meaningful and compliment the goals of the company to retain valuable talent. Development and Inclusion forums have been of special interest as there are many voices that go unheard in very large companies. Marcia has facilitated numerous opportunities to find a comfortable venue for supporting employees and receiving their value and offering them desired recognition. Marcia has volunteered as a facilitator in Atlanta for two years for support groups with hep C patients many being dual diagnosed. She has also served on the Board of Rebecca’s Tent which is a safe house for women.
Marcia has one daughter who lives in Portland Oregon and she is thriving on the nature that surrounds her along with many wonderful friends. Marcia has decided to work with Two Spirit because she wants to work from her heart and hopefully make a small difference in lives of people who deserve our love and compassion. A journey she is excited about!!
Community Relations / event Coordinator
Growing up in Orlando, Brittani has passion for this city and all it offers. At the age of three, Brittani began studying the art of dance and voice, which lead to her love of theatre and music. Never shying away from the spotlight, she studied Broadcast Journalism & Theatre Arts while attending The University of Mississippi. While in Mississippi she was a lead anchor and feature reporter for News Watch 99 and in 2014 was named in the Top 4 Feature Reporters in the Southeastern Journalism Conference’s Best of the South, beating out reporters from over 30 colleges and universities.
During her time reporting she learned how valuable relationships and branding could be and began to learn using what she knew to add Public and Community Relations to her background. In 2014, she returned to Orlando and became involved in the fabulous Drag Pageant scene where she is the owner and promoter of Miss Citrus State Comedy Queen. Which led her to be a fierce advocate and ally to the LGBTQ+ Community.
"Philanthropy is has always been in the heartbeat of Brittani." Brittani is the creator of Southern Night’s Annual “Southern Goes Red” Party and is the Executive Assistant for “Dancing with the Queens. Brittani served on the Event Committee for Dance, Dream and Inspire for Community Based Care of Central Florida, volunteers for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Central Florida as well as sits on their planning committee for "Climb for the Cure", serves on the Transgender Awareness Week Committee as a founding member and wrote the proclamation for the City of Orlando, delcaring Transgender Awareness Week Forever! Brittani sits on the United States Conference on AIDS Host & Executive Committee as the Chair of the Opening Reception Committee and the One Pulse Foundation memorial Task Force. She is currently Miss Orange County USA and uses this title to promote the LGBTQ+ Community and numerous non-profits around Central Florida.
Angela Martinez joins Two Spirit Health from the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) where she served as Grants Administrator. Previously, she was Director of Operations for Brilliant Lecture Series in Houston, TX. Martinez is a passionate non-profit administrator with experience enhancing long-term sustainability for organizations in Boston, New York City, Washington DC, Asheville, Orlando, and Houston. Her expertise includes board development, capacity building, and program development in the visual art, performing arts, broadcasting, and presenting fields.
Martinez founded Caminos Management Services, in 2009, to offer comprehensive business development, management and implementation services to non-profit organizations. As Principal of Caminos, she has specialized in leading non-profits, arts, and cultural organizations to innovative and sustainable business solutions. Martinez brings her diverse professional background, entrepreneurial leadership, and practical hands-on approach; she has worked with her client base to develop collaborations, partnerships, sponsorships, community outreach, funding initiatives and professional development workshops.
Martinez began her career as an Arts Administrator at The Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival as the Logistics Coordinator for the Latino Festival. Early in her career, Angela was fortunate to participate in a unique opportunity; WGBH (PBS station in Boston) collaborated with Harvard Business School to develop a professional development program for the Unit Managers. She was part of the first cohort trained by the Business School and became the Unit Manager for the Budget Office, Management Information Systems (MIS) department and later for the Caption Center; this laid the foundation of her career. She continued her training as an Arts Administrator at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst.
Martinez recently completed her training as a Spanish and English interpreter at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Her mission as an interpreter is to promote and enhance language access in health care and to provide excellent, impartial, and culturally competent interpretation service to the Limited-English Proficient (LEP) populations. In her practice as an interpreter she adhere to the Medical Interpreters federal laws and regulations of accepted interpreter code of ethics, including client confidentiality to advance health equity, quality and help eliminate disparities in health care services. Her goal is to help health providers establish a direct relationship with their non-English speaking patients through linguistically accurate and complete interpretation.
Brandi Concolino has been a Certified Clinical and Medical Electrologist for over 6 years. She received her education at Orlando Institute and Laser and Beauty School of Orlando and is currently working towards her Esthetics license. Brandi is an active member of the Electrolysis Society of Florida, and attends conferences to continue her education and stay current in the ever changing field. She truly enjoys making a difference in the lives of her clients. A Florida native, Brandi enjoys spending time at the beach. She is a mom of 4 boys and lives in Longwood with her kids and their boxer, Reagan.
Andrew J. Migliaccio
Director of Behavioral Health
Dr. Migliaccio earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and holds an undergraduate degree in nutrition from the University of Florida. During his adult psychiatry residency training and community fellowship at Penn, he developed special interests in gender and sexuality, serious mental illness (including psychosis and mood disorders), as well as the behavioral treatment of anxiety, PTSD (using prolonged exposure), and OCD (utilizing exposure & response prevention). He also employs mindfulness and other dialectical behavior therapy strategies with his patients. He has worked extensively with people who have experienced trauma and struggled with addiction, and he is passionate about serving those who may feel marginalized by society. Dr. Migliaccio believes strongly in a holistic recovery from mental illness, with an emphasis on health and wellness, personal empowerment, skill-building, community supports, and evidence-based use of medication.
ARNP (Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner)
Steve is an advanced registered nurse practitioner. He is nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner and has 6 years of nursing experience in geriatrics, orthopedic, and emergency nursing. Steve received his master’s degree from University of Alabama at Birmingham and his undergraduate degree from Northwest Florida State College. He is currently completing his doctorate of nursing practice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Business Office Specialist
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Mary Perez Figueroa
Business Office Specialist
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Dr. Lillian VargAS
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Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern
Roberto Katz is currently a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern with a Master Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the Counselor Education Program at the University of Central Florida. He is able to provide mental health counseling services in Spanish and English. Roberto has five years of experience working with clients living with HIV and other chronic conditions, and the LGBTQ+ community. Roberto has a special interest for social justice due to his background in Political Sciences. In this respect, his area of focus is working with clients with intersectional identities. This entails clients that are members one or more discriminated groups. Last year, Roberto was awarded a grant that helped him to complete basic training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). He is a strong advocate of integrated treatment that seeks to assess and address the emotional, medical, and material needs of the client.
Registered Mental Health CounselorIntern
Jason Boglio is currently a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern with a Master of Science in Counseling and Psychology from Troy University. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, Jason is passionate about helping people accept, love, and embrace their true selves and live their best lives.
By focusing on your strengths, he will help you to empower yourself and achieve the goals you have set for yourself. Jason first met Dr. David Baker-Hargrove, Co-CEO of Two Spirit, four years ago as a volunteer in his private practice. Discovering that mental health was where he wanted to focus his career, he entered into graduate school and later took his first internship at Two Spirit. Jason enjoys working with adolescents and children, and worked at BETA in Orlando for a year counseling teen mothers. Jason also has a passion for working with people living with HIV and advocating to end stigmas that affect our society and community. A great day for Jason is meeting people from all walks of life and helping them to see the beauty within themselves.
A highly dedicated professional, Julian Mondesir is passionate about helping those in need while contributing to the advancement of the medical field. Over the course of his 8-year career, Julian has acquired a wealth of experience working in various capacities, including as a customer service specialist for a leading specialty pharmacy, as a radiology technician, and most recently, as front office manager for a medical office. Julian understands the level of tact that the healthcare profession requires, and he strives to go above and beyond in his workplace interactions. Originally from New York, Julian enjoys taking trips to his home state as often as possible. In his free time, he also explores Orlando's theme parks with his girlfriend, bikes on trails, and volunteers in the community. A lifelong learner, Julian is always up for learning and acquiring new skills. Julian feels fortunate to be part of the Two Spirit Health team, particularly because he places great value on the core principles of diversity and inclusion.
Certified HIV Tester
I’m Ken Terrell a state certified HIV tester and has been testing in the community for over 6 years. I’m a proactive advocate for the community with over 9 years of
experience volunteering for non-profit organizations. My passion and charisma for helping and empowering others has led me to provide hope to those less fortunate without easy access to resources throughout the community. I’m well versed in working with LGBTQ+, seniors, those living with HIV, HIV prevention, PrEP, and intervention. My outgoing and infectious personality also makes it a positive experience whenever I work with others.
Therapist / Adoption Coordinator
Marge has been involved in working with birth families, foster care, domestic and international adoptions for over 40 years. She has worked in both public and private adoption agencies and was selected by the Child Welfare League of America to participate in and evaluate birth parent experiences in identified “Black Market Adoptions”. More recently, she served as the executive director of a private, non-profit, licensed, child-placing agency in South Florida for almost twenty years until 2015. During her time with this agency, she was personally involved in the placement and supervision of more than 1000 children, both foreign and domestically born. Her responsibilities also included providing on going counseling to birth parents relinquishing their children for adoption. She has maintained contact with many of these adoptive families, adoptees and birth families over the years, continuing to provide advice and counseling whenever necessary or requested. In addition to facilitating adoptions within the State of Florida, Marge has, over the years, developed an extensive network of personal contact with hospitals and family courts throughout the State of Florida, as well as out of state agencies, attorneys and adoptive organizations to expand the facilitation of adoptive home possibilities for special needs, older children and sibling groups, which are more difficult to place. She has extensive knowledge and expertise in obtaining Medicaid, SSI and adoption subsidies for children placed in her legal care. Additionally, Marge has been instrumental in working with Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children within the fifty United States.
Marge has three adult children and five grandchildren who live with their respective families in California, Oregon and Florida. Her daughter who lives in California is executive director of an art gallery, her son who lives in Oregon is a photographer whose niche is photographing “tricked out” big rigs, and her younger son is the customer service director of a large construction company that is based in Miami. Marge has decided to work with Two Spirit because she wants to consolidate her accumulated knowledge of adoption, utilizing the best practices in child welfare and adoptive families she has learned throughout the years, to create the first completely inclusive adoption agency in the State of Florida.