NBJC Board Members
The Hon. Darryl Moore
Berkeley City Council, District 2
Darryl Moore serves a member of the Berkeley City Council representing District 2, South-West Berkeley, California. Moore is a management analyst for the Oakland Housing Authority and serves as a Board Member of the West Berkeley Foundation and the East Bay Community Scholarship Foundation. In 2000, Moore was elected to the Peralta Community College Board of Trustees becoming the first openly gay African-American elected to office in the East Bay. Moore received an undergraduate degree in Sociology from UC Santa Cruz and a Master's degree in Public Policy from the University of Chicago.
Kylar W. Broadus, Esq.
In August 2005, Broadus along with two other panelists were the first to present information before the American Bar Association regarding Transgender clients. In 2004, he spoke at the Regional Affirmative Action Conference on Transgender Issues and Affirmative Action.
In January of 2003, Broadus was called before the American Association of Law Schools on transgender issues. In February of 2003, he presented at Georgetown Law School's Symposium on Gender and the Law on the same issue. He continues to speak and lobby on the national, state and local levels in the areas of transgender and sexual orientation law and advocacy.
Tiera M. Craig
Co-Founder, Lesbians of Color Support Network
Serving in the United States Army from 1995 to 2004, Tiera Craig was deployed to Iraq to build and maintain a fuel supply and storage system as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After completion of her mission and honorable discharge, she longed for more. Combining both her passion for people and her passion for shopping, she formed The Shopping Soldier Professional Concierge Service, a Small Business Administration (SBA) Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. The Shopping Soldier offers administrative assistance, errands, personal shopping, and travel plans, among a host of other services. But her commitment to service didn’t stop when she took off her uniform for the last time. Craig has volunteered at various non-profit organizations. She also co-founded the Lesbians of Color Support (LOCS) Network, a 501(c)(3) non-profit mentorship program, the only one of its kind in Southeast Michigan. Her most recent entrepreneurial venture led to the development and operation of LIV Resto-Lounge in the heart of downtown Detroit, where she is currently the general manager.
Alan-Michael S. Graves, Esq.
Los Angeles, CA
President of the National Friendship Movement, President of Gentlemen’s Gentlemen (working on behalf of the LGBT youth), former board member of John XXII AIDS Ministry, past co-chairperson of the Los Angeles Black Pride (ATB), active in serving the Los Angeles LGBT community for several years.
Along with being a father of two teenage boys, he is engaged in a tremendous amount of work with the homeless in Los Angeles, an advocate of public education that brings together parents to promote fiscal transparency, a public process, and a parent voice in budget decisions, along with setting priorities that place children and classrooms first, and continues his ongoing passion of offering an in-depth look at how experienced family law attorneys work with skilled mental health professionals to meet the needs of children in foster care and families throughout the custody evaluation process.
Associate Director of Field Outreach, Human Rights Campaign
Donna R. Payne is Associate Director of Diversity, Human Rights Campaign (HRC). In 2008 she celebrated 10 years of service working for the organization. In her capacity, Payne works closely with a number of civil rights organizations and leaders across the country to increase visibility of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community within religious and people of color communities.
HRC is the largest national lesbian and gay political organization, with members throughout the country. It effectively lobbies Congress, provides campaign support and educates the public to ensure that lesbian and gay Americans can be open, honest and safe at home, at work and in the community.
Roddrick A. Colvin, Ph.D.
Frank Leon Roberts
Emeritus Board Members
Rev. Irene Monroe
Dr. Sylvia Rhue