Matthew Nouriel is a nonbinary digital activist who advocates for LGBTQ+ rights and equality in the Iranian and Jewish communities. They’ve held leadership positions with JQ International, JDC Entwine, and Tel Aviv Institute, and currently work as a program coordinator at JIMENA – Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa. They are the recipient of the TrailBlazer Award at the JQ International Impact Awards.
By Matthew Nouriel
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