Molly Wexler-Romig

Program Manager

Molly Wexler-Romig (she/they) has been loving life at the Commission on LGBTQ Youth since January 2019. Once an active GSA student herself at a Massachusetts high school, Molly is thankful to have the opportunity to partner with young people, educators, service providers, advocates, public servants, and elected leaders across the state to promote increasingly supportive policies, programs, and resources for sexual and gender minority youth.

She graduated from Bard College in 2013 with a major in Cultural Anthropology after completing a senior thesis on gender performance in lesbian weddings. Her career background runs the gamut, from working as milieu staff at a group home for LGBTQ youth, to designing solar electric arrays at a worker-owned cooperative installation company. She has also spent nearly a year traveling solo through Latin America, and can give great tips on budget backpacking.

Outside of the Commission, Molly is a solidarity economy organizer, working towards a post-capitalist economy where power and wealth are shared and community-owned. A really good day might find her singing old labor songs in harmony, floating on a pond in the woods, and snuggling up with her two cats Kiki and Juniper!

Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth  

The Commission is an independent state agency that helps all youth thrive.