Chase Strangio is an American lawyer and trans rights activist. He is also a member of the staff attorney with the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union). He has projects for the LGBTQ+ rights, HIV, and national recognition on transgender rights.
His work includes legislative and litigation administrative advocacy on the queer community and those who live with HIV across the US.
Education: Alma mater Grinnell College Northeastern University School of Law
Employer: American Civil Liberties Union
Known for: Transgender rights activism
Before joining the ACLU, Chase Strangio worked on other national projects for the LGBTQ+ community. He is a representative image for the transgender and non-conforming persons.
In 2012 Chase co-founded the Lorena Borjas Community Fund, an organization dedicated assistance for the queer immigrants in criminal and immigration cases.
Chase has graduated from the Northeastern University School of Law and Grinnell College.
For his work, he received through the years numerous awards and honors such as Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Fellow (2018-19); Association of LGBTQ Journalists, Excellence in Opinion/Editorial Writing Award (2018); Honorary Degree recipient, Grinnell College (May 2018); National LGBT Bar Association, Top 40 LGBT Lawyers Under 40 (2018); Northeastern University School of Law Daynard Distinguished Visiting Fellow (Winter 2018).