Trina Greene Brown is a Black-feminist Mama-activist. She is the founder and Executive Director of Parenting for Liberation, an organization that believes in the power of Black parents to conceive, birth, and nurture liberation for the future. Since it’s launch in 2016, Trina has led Parenting for Liberation in hosting a ground-breaking podcast with over twenty-five episodes with 10,000 downloads via iTunes and Spotify. In addition to audio-based storytelling, Trina is an author. Her self-published Parenting for Liberation StoryBook Workbook is having its second edition being published by Feminist Press in 2020. Extending beyond virtual connections, Trina is a dynamic facilitator who holds space deep community building, convening Black parents throughout the US. has worked in violence prevention for the past 15 years, managing multiple local and national initiatives.
As a faculty of the Move to End Violence program, Trina engages leaders within the violence against women’s movement to build an inclusive gender and racial justice movement by fostering deep, authentic relationships in beloved community.
Very media and communications savvy, as the former Outreach and Engagement Manager at Move to End Violence, a ten-year initiative of the NoVo Foundation, she led the programs critical mass building efforts. She also served as a Director for the YMCA, incorporating violence prevention education focusing on resiliency in the Department of Youth Development. Formerly a Manager at Peace Over Violence, a social service agency dedicated to the elimination of sexual and domestic violence and all forms of interpersonal violence, Trina co-authored a female empowerment curriculum, Be Strong: From The Inside Out and contributed to the second revision of In Touch With Teens, a nationally recognized relationship violence prevention curriculum. She is the proud to co-parent of two African American children, whom she raises with her husband in California to reach for the stars.