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Carsen Beckwith

Carsen Beckwith

Capacity Building Specialist

Carsen (they/them/theirs) is a capacity building specialist at AIDS United for the Strengthening Integrated Approaches to High Impact Prevention in the Midwest Program. Starting on the Fund for Resilience, Equity, and Engagement team, Carsen moved to the capacity building assistance team to pursue opportunities to build into AIDS United’s technical assistance and capacity building resources. Carsen comes from a professional background in public health, community engagement, and advocacy for transgender and gender-nonconfirming populations. Aside from their role at AIDS United, Carsen serves as a steering committee member for the Trans Legal Advocates of Washington (TransLAW), working to increase funding for life-saving name and gender change clinics in the DMV area.

Carsen is a graduate of American University, where they received their bachelor’s degree in International Relations. With a focus in Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture, they strove to learn about and cultivate inclusive atmospheres in all advocacy spaces, from healthcare to global policy. Through this degree, Carsen developed their passion for bolstering services for underserved communities, and now aims to create space and power for these communities wherever possible.

In their free time, Carsen likes to cook, pretend they're good at singing Broadway musicals, and spoil their cat, Riggins.




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