Alexandra Audate

Alexandra Audate

Deputy Director
Georgia Equality

Alexandra Stephanie Audate (she/her) is the Deputy Director of Georgia Equality. She is also a DEIBJ consultant with Kezia M. Gilyard, LLC. She earned a Bachelors Degree, a Masters of Laws Degree in Intercultural Human Rights and a law degree from St. Thomas University. She is licensed to practice law in the state of Florida. Prior to joining Georgia Equality, she worked as the managing attorney of the QueerMigration Law Group in Florida where she represented and supported queer and transgender immigrants.

Her career in human rights advocacy spans over a decade and consists of legislative lobbying, policy writing, and coalition building. Prior to practicing law, she worked as a social worker providing direct service to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.

She also worked as a community organizer and spent the last fifteen years traveling all over the United States advocating on issues related to 2LGBTQIA+rights, immigration, racial equity, police brutality, HIV/AIDS, disability rights, environmental racism and the school-to-prison pipeline. She is the author of the legal portion of the most recent edition of the Broward County Public Schools LGBTQ+ Critical Support Guide and the updated version of the DRU Project Guide.

Alexandra is a proud disabled immigrant from Haiti and is fluent in Haitian Creole, French, English and Spanish. During her spare time, she loves painting, going to the beach, reading and writing about Black feminist theory.