About the Founder

Luckie Alexander Pronouns: He.Him.Superman

Luckie is the CEO and founder of Invisible Men, he has a passion for Gender and Social Justice and is very committed to giving back to the community through education, training, and awareness. He is a member of many organizations including, CHIPTS CAB Member, Los Angeles County HIV Commission co chair, a proud member & Historian of the Brown Boi Project and a current member and past Chair of the Trans Advisory Board of West Hollywood.  He has received several awards for his advocacy work including the title of Mr. Quest 2018, Stonewall Democratic Club’s Trailblazer Award and BMP’s Lou Sullivan Award in 2020 for the work he does centered around transmasculine individuals in the HIV/AIDS arena and The Williams’ Institute Unity Award 2022. He was the Assistant Strategy Director for the historic 2019 National Trans Visibility March and was recognized by the Library Of Congress for creating the National Trans Visibility March website. His experience spans 20+ years in capacities such as Workforce Development Director, SGA Leadership in Utah, AB109 homeless shelter program manager, Peer Mentor for homeless LGBTQI 16-24 youth in Las Vegas Nv. and entrepreneur. He is also the artist responsible for the 2020 Hollywood “All Black Lives Matter” mural and a new author of “The In Between”.

He also provides healing by creating fun wherever he goes and teaching mixed media art & computer technology. He also holds degrees in Computer Science, Math, and Culinary Arts and is currently working towards a BA in Psychology. Luckie is a dedicated member of the community and a father raising 4 children, and 2 new grandchildren to be open minded free thinkers and lovers of gummy bears.

IG: @InvisibleTransMen  FB: Invisible Men 

IG: @LuckieAlexander


“I wanted to create a platform we could tell our stories without taking up space in other ways. We are the only ones who can tell our stories and they need to be heard.”

-Luckie Alexander

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