Introducing... Shanay Rowe!
PFP is thrilled to announce that Shanay Rowe (she/her) has been hired as the new Assistant Director of Philadelphia Family Pride.
Shanay, a Philadelphia native, is a queer parent of an 11 year-old, lives in Delaware County near West Philly, and is engaged to be married this summer. She is a social worker and Clinical Case Manager on the autism/neuro divergent unit at Belmont Behavioral Health and doctoral candidate.
Before her work at Belmont, she was a foster care social worker for five years and a school social worker for five years. In 2020, Shanay published her first book titled I.S.E.A.: An exploration of gender identity, sexuality, gender expression, and attraction.
Shanay brings to PFP volunteer experience with Action Wellness (formerly Action AIDS) and the Attic Youth Center, as well as event and fundraising experience helping to organize the annual Good Friends gala held at Girard College. Shanay also has experience organizing events and promoting on social media for various businesses and organizations.
We look forward to folks meeting Shanay at upcoming PFP events. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6/26/2022 03:44:50 am
Philadelphia Family Pride (PFP) will present its first ever Juneteenth Family Picnic on June 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Black families, past, vendors and artists will be at the center of the picnic, which will take place at Lovett Park in Mt. Airy. Black folks still presently feel peeved in unconventional spaces and Black spaces, in frequent,” said PFP assistant director Shanay Rowe. “We frequently have to embed one name for the aim of the other. Bringing Pride month and Juneteenth in order and creating a secure space for Black folks to not have to classify identities in a ranking is so required right now. Rowe said that she has notice and observed more and more Black families to join PFP, which stands to reason thinking that Black people are the biggest racial demographic in Philadelphia.
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