Marco Antonio Quiroga

Executive Director 

Marco Antonio Quiroga is the Executive Director of the Contigo Fund. He leads Contigo’s work to bring resources to Central Florida’s LGBTQ+ social justice ecosystem, build capacity of grassroots groups, and to connect organizations and leaders that advance Latinx and LGBTQ, immigrant, and people of color causes and the intersection of these communities in Central Florida.

Grant Committee Members

Angela Hunt (She/Her)

Angela is a passionate advocate for HIV justice, trans rights and health equity. Her work with the Central Florida HIV Planning Council and Hope and Help doing outreach and education has made her a known leader in the community.

Angelica Sanchez (She/Her)

Angelica is a life long entertainer and advocate for trans justice. She is a survivor of Pulse and has used her platform to advocate for her community.

Ann Kendrick (She/Her)

Sister of Notre Dame de Namur who came to Central Florida in 1971 to work with migrant and seasonal farmworkers, immigrants and the working poor.

Ashley Figueroa (She/Her)

Ashley is a local leader and trans advocate. She is the executive director and co-founder for Gender Advancement Project.

Adrian Toca (He/They)

Adrian is a community advocate with roots in South Florida. He is currently leading linkage efforts to care for people living with HIV in Central and South Florida through Comprehensive Health Centers.

Daniel Downer (He/Him)

Daniel Downer is the executive director of Bros In Convo and a community leader in HIV advocacy.

Gustavo Rico (He/Him)

Gustavo is a passionate advocate and community leader who works to better the life of homeless LGBTQ+ youths.

Ida Eskamani (She/Her)

Ida is a dedicated leader who works hard in policy formulation and advocacy in the political sector.

Joel Morales (He/Him)

Joel Morales is a Latinx leader with a knack for helping others. It all dates back to his upbringing in Puerto Rico, before moving to Western Massachusetts

Miguel Naranjo Cortez (He/Him)

Miguel Naranjo Cortez is a gay Mexican leader in Orlando who works on centering and empowering the LGBTQ Latinx community in Florida. Miguel is one of the founding leader of QLatinx,

National Steering Committee

R. Mark Blaylock

Mr. Blaylock joins Our Fund Foundation with extensive experience in a number of areas including financial and investment management, human resources, and training and project management.

Karina Claudio Betancourt

Karina Claudio Betancourt is a Program Officer with the Open Society Foundations and works with the Open Places Initiative, a placed-based initiative in three sites: Buffalo, Puerto Rico, and San Diego.

David Jobin

Prior to joining Our Fund Foundation as its President and CEO, David Jobin was the Executive Director of the Stonewall National Museum & Archives from 2013 – 2015.

Cindy Rizzo

Cindy’s position focuses on evaluation of Arcus’ program strategies and initiatives with a priority on learning from and improving our strategies and activities. Prior to joining Arcus in 2006,

Ben Francisco Maulbeck

Ben Francisco Maulbeck has more than a decade of experience as a leader for LGBT rights, racial equity and social change. He has an exceptional track record of building the capacity of nonprofit organizations and leaders, raising money for underserved communities and developing and implementing innovative grantmaking initiatives.

Chantelle Fisher-Borne

Chantelle joins Funders for LGBTQ Issues after almost two decades working in the nonprofit sector.  Her professional career began in the public health field with a focus on community development and LGBTQ youth.  She has worked to address issues of affordable housing and homelessness through transforming community based services to better meet the needs of families living in poverty.