Director of Development and Strategic Engagement
Kyle Ferari-Muñoz is a Millennial philanthropist and activist focused on creating a more equitable world for marginalized communities. They attended Loyola University New Orleans, and graduated suma cum laude with a double major in psychology and sociology and minored in philosophy
Informed by their experience growing up as the only openly gay and nonbinary person in their rural Pennsylvania hometown, Kyle is passionate about ensuring that political representation reflects the diversity of people’s lived experiences.
Kyle recruits and supports candidates for political office, ranging from local to federal races, including as a Board Member of Latino Victory Fund and LGBTQ Victory Fund. They also serves on the Board of the Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York, the only LGBTQ art museum in the United States. Kyle was named an LGBTQIA+ Power Player in June, 2022 by Gay City News/NY Politics
Kyle lives in Hudson, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut with their four rescue dogs. Kyle uses they/them pronouns. You can follow Kyle on Twitter and Instagram @kyleferarimunoz.