Cory (she/they) is a fat disabled chicana indigenous femme of color community organizer, writer, and educator living in Portland, Oregon. Her community & education work focuses on prison industrial complex abolition (as a member of Critical Resistance), fat liberation, and disability justice. She is also a founder of QUEER CRAFT PDX, a community benefit and artists & makers fair. In addition to working in higher education for many years, they recently led the Advancing Disability Justice grant program at the Northwest Health Foundation. As the Program officer for the Disability Frontlines Fund (DFF), she supports moving resources to disabled BIPOC communities in order to create impactful, intersectional, and sustainable movements to address issues facing BIPOC disabled individuals and communities. In her spare time, she loves gardening, cooking food for loved ones, writing, crafting, and spending time near and in water.