Meet The Amaphiko Activists: Ava Pipitone

Curve videographer Shelby Coley sits down with the Baltimore-based queer trans innovator.


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Ava Pipitone, far right

Red Bull Amaphiko

 

Red Bull’s Baltimore, Md. Amaphiko Academy brought hundreds of people from across the country to be a part of an entrepreneurship program that aims to bring together social innovators focused on addressing social issues and inequities in their communities. 

 

A group of 15 innovators, activists, and entrepreneurs, including several women of color and queer identified individuals, were selected for the Academy During a 10-day residency, August 11 through 20, these talented individuals participated in lectures, storytelling workshops, coaching clinics, and business simulations hosted by some of the country's leading change-makers. 

 

Filmmaker Shelby Coley

 

Curve's videographer and talented independent filmmaker, Shelby Coley, traveled to Baltimore to record this historic and important event, sitting down with LGBTQ innovators. Watch Shelby's interview with queer trans woman Ava Pipitone here.

 

 

 

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