“We are all born worthy of care and protection, love and safety, justice and accountability.”

McKensie “Bunny” Mack (they | them | theirs) holds over a decade of experience helping organizations, community groups, governing agencies, and healthcare organizations expand dialogues of equity across anti-racism, gender, class, disability, and LGBTQ+ rights.

Their firm, The McKensie Mack Group (MMG), has partnered with communities nationally and globally to develop equitable and anti-oppressive communications strategies and cultures that identify and dismantle social inequity while giving people the tools to better their lives and communities. McKensie’s work has been featured in the NY Times, Refinery29, Chicago Tribune, BlockClub Chicago, El Pais, and The Guardian. In June of 2020, they became the newly appointed Executive Director of Affinity Community Services, a social justice organization on Chicago’s Southside that helps to improve the lives of Black LGBTQ+ people with a particular emphasis on Black queer women.

McKensie’s body of work is defined by a singular core belief: We are all born worthy.