The interACT Team

Each member of interACT’s talented and dedicated staff works remotely from individual home offices, keeping our overhead costs low and our staff‘s lives balanced, while contributing their unique skills and mission-driven energy towards promoting the civil and human rights of intersex youth.

Meet Our Staff

Kimberly Zieselman, JD
Kimberly Zieselman, JDExecutive Director
Kimberly is an intersex woman and nonprofit professional with more than twenty years of experience in advocacy, [read more]
Anne Tamar-Mattis, JD
Anne Tamar-Mattis, JDFounder and Legal Director Emeritus
Anne founded AIC and brings over two decades of experience in community organizing and nonprofit organizational management, primarily with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) and youth communities. [read more]
Alesdair Ittelson, JD
Alesdair Ittelson, JDLaw & Policy Director
Alesdair Ittelson’s commitment to advancing the rights of LGBTQI people began as a result of growing up as a gender variant child. Currently the Deputy Legal Director at interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth, Alesdair advocates on behalf of young people who have experienced discrimination in institutional settings.[read more]
Sylvan Fraser, JD
Sylvan Fraser, JDStaff Attorney
Sylvan Fraser is a staff attorney at interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth. Sylvan became involved with the organization as an intern, transitioning to full-time staff after graduating from UC Berkeley School of Law in 2015. [read more]
Q Ragsdale
Q RagsdaleMarketing Consultant
Q Ragsdale has been performing, filming, strategizing, designing, and creating art for many years. [read more]
Emily Quinn
Emily QuinninterACT Youth Coordinator
Emily is an intersex artist and animator, currently pursuing her masters in Community Leadership. [read more]
Bill Lorenz
Bill LorenzOperations Consultant
Bill Lorenz is based in Boston, Massachusetts and has over 16 years in the field of Finance Operations and holds a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. [read more]