LGBTQ suicide prevention and crisis intervention specialist
Adam Hunt is the Crisis Services Coordinator for the Trevor Project where he oversees and facilitates the west coast Lifeline operations. While away from working to create supportive environments for queer youth, Adam may be busy eating Spanish cheese and reading contemporary American literature or contributing to the Huffington Post Gay Voices blogosphere. He is a costume-party enthusiast and considers himself to be somewhat of an authority on Harry Potter trivia. Adam is a fierce advocate for breaking down barriers for marginalized communities and having conversations that attempt to de-stigmatize mental health and suicide. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his partner Taylor.