Ejike Figueira (they/she/he)
Taking Care: Focusing on Skin and Hair Health
This workshop is about skincare and beauty, with added hair care insights. The workshop will help folx better understand the ins and outs of taking care of your skin and how to make it work in the best possible way—I hope to give folx the tips, tricks, and knowledge on all things hair, skin, beauty, and fierceness. Come with questions so they can help to improve your skincare routine!
Ejike Figueira (They/She/He Pronouns) is a creative, activist, a non-binary queer, and
currently serves as the Peer Coordinator for the TSHV program at the LOFT. Through
this role, Ejike aids in program development, training, facilitating groups, and providing
resources for the community.
Ejike is dedicated to providing support and uplifting the TGNCNB/BIPOC LGBTQIA+
community in all aspects of their life, activism, art, and work. They have been an activist
for the LGBTQIA+/BIPOC community and other minority groups for over a decade, they
continue to educate, support, and learn about gender, race, sexuality, mental
health/awareness, sex, and more.
Ejike has a BA in Psychology from SUNY New Paltz and aspires to be a Clinical Mental
Health Counselor in the near future, with a desire to focus on supporting
TGNCNB/BIPOC LGBTQIA+ community.