Bryce  Celotto

Bryce Celotto

Bryce Celotto identifies as a queer, transmasculine person of color and is a proud North Carolinian, originally hailing from Charlotte. Both professionally and academically, Bryce is committed to working on issues of racial justice, K-12 public education, and youth leadership development – examining where those various issues intersect with the needs and experiences of LGBTQ people. Bryce has played a role in organizing several national youth summits for marginalized youth populations, met with former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to discuss specific protections for transgender students in K-12 schools, and trained hundreds of teachers on culturally competent practices when working with LGBTQ students. At Brown, Bryce is pursuing a Masters of Arts in Teaching degree with a focus in Secondary Social Studies/History education.