Bailey Buckles is the Film and Media Associate in the newly launched Film and Media Division at A Call to Men. She is a proud Colorado native and transgender activist, and outdoor athlete working to end violence and discrimination against all marginalized communities.
Buckles studied at the New York Film Academy, where she studied filmmaking, acting for film, producing, photography, cinematography, and documentary filmmaking. She has since taken to social media to elevate her platform for social justice.
Throughout her lifetime, Buckles has used creative, true storytelling from her own lived experiences to educate and inspire the LGBTQIA+ community and allies. In 2019 Buckles took to the stage in the off-Broadway performance of Lifelines: Queer Stories of Survival – where she, alongside a group of storytellers, passionately and bravely told their stories of survival while honoring the 20th anniversary of the Trevor Project.
Buckles has witnessed firsthand the violence and discrimination that the transgender, queer, and gender-nonconforming community face. She passionately advocates to end the violence and inequality that the LGBTQIA+ community face.