Envisioning a world that recognizes that sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation have endless variations, with all possibilities valued and respected.

Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project (IGRP) is the first, and leading, organization in the United States to address the rights of people to identify as non-binary on government issued documents. IGRP is fiscally sponsored by Social Good Fund, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.


IGRP’s mission is to create legal recognition of people whose sex and/or gender identity are non-binary by engaging in direct legal services, impact litigation, legislation, collaboration, and education.


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To reach a team member, use contact info below

Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project

40087 Mission Blvd., #275

Fremont, CA 94539

(510) 585-3052





Addison Rose Vincent

Addison Rose Vincent (they/them) is a 27-year-old transfeminine non-binary advocate living in Los Angeles. Born in Canada and raised in Michigan, Addison moved to Southern California at the age of 17 to come out and live more openly. Since graduating from Chapman University in 2015, Addison has worked for several non-profit agencies in the Los Angeles area providing services to survivors of sexual and domestic violence, transgender women color, people experiencing chronic homelessness, and LGBTQ+ people living with or at risk for HIV. Addison has been involved with IGRP since 2017, starting off as our Social Media Manager then as an Advisor. In addition to serving as our Executive Director, Addison is the Founder & Lead Consultant of LGBTQ+ consulting firm Break The Binary, LLC, the Founder of the Non-Binary Union of Los Angeles (NBULA), a Domestic Violence Prevention Fellow with Blue Shield of California Foundation, and a Community Advisor for LA Pride.

Thia Scott Traeger

Executive Assistant

Thia Scott Traeger is a queer trans non-binary nomad currently based on the beautiful island of Oahu. As the child of a U.S. Air Force officer and now the spouse of a U.S. Army officer, they have lived all over the world and can never be sure where they might end up next. They hold a BA in English and multimedia journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MLIS from the University of Washington. Thia enjoys gardening, k-pop, and confounding the military community's cisnormative and heteronormative expectations at every turn. When they’re not advocating for open trans military service and trans-inclusive healthcare for queer military dependents, they're probably rearranging their bookshelves, listening to podcasts, or lovingly photographing their plants and sweet tortoiseshell cat, Aki.

Toby Phoebe E. Adams, Esq.

Toby Adams is an attorney who has spent her career helping LGBTQIA people, alternative families, and people with disabilities. Toby co-founded IGRP and served as it's Executive Director from 2012-2019. Winner of BALIF's 2018 Legal Service Award for her work with IGRP, Toby received her M.B.A from San Jose State University and her J.D. from McGeorge School of Law. Toby has served in various capacities with InterACT, Equality California, Marriage Equality USA, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Legal Aid at Work, and Transgender Law Center. Toby identifies as a bisexual, bipolar, cisgender woman. She lives with her spouse, Dylan, and their child in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Rain Chamberlain

Research Director

Rain Chamberlain is a non-binary person who is both autistic and disabled. They currently focus on grantwriting, educational material writing, and awareness raising for the non-binary, homeless, and disabled communities that they have been a part of. During downtime, Rain can be found embroidering, crafting, and writing, spending time with friends and chosen family, and researching their special interests.

Miriam Bennett

Research Volunteer

Miriam Bennett works in Human Services and public health access. They have served in various roles including as IGRP's Volunteer Coordinator and are honored to work with the people volunteering to IGRP and recognize that volunteers are the lifeblood of any successful social movement or organization.  Miriam has a career connecting people living with mental illness, chronic health diagnosis, and people experiencing homelessness. They currently serve older adults, adults living with disabilities, and their loved ones. They got their MSW in Macro Social work in 2016. They have been involved in LGBTQIA2-S advocacy their entire professional life and are a passionate member of the community. Miriam identifies as agender and pansexual and is intersex. They live in Maryland between Baltimore City and Annapolis with their pit-bull and jungle of houseplants. 

Dylan Adams

Dylan Adams is a transmasculine, genderqueer activist living with their wife, daughter, dog and cats in the SF Bay Area, CA. They have been a technical writer, a field organizer, a volunteer coordinator, a membership director, and a PC/network technician. Dylan holds a BA in English Lit from San Jose State University (1996), completed a course of study to prepare them to sit for the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification exam, and works at Amazon Web Services. They enjoy hiking, going to the beach, and watching movies.

Aithan Peterson

Development Volunteer

Aithan Peterson (they/them) is a long-time member of our team currently supporting our Development efforts. Aithan is also a parent, the Assistant to the Dean of Faculty at Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, and the first person in the County of Los Angeles (of whom we are aware) to be legally recognized by the Superior Court of California as nonbinary.


​C.P. Hoffman, Esq. - Advisory Committee Member, MidAtlantic Region Leader

C.P. Hoffman (They/Them) is a non-binary lawyer, writer, and activist dedicated to expanding the rights of queer individuals and shifting cultural discourses towards inclusion. C.P. is a staff attorney and pro bono coordinator at FreeState Justice in Baltimore, Maryland. After graduating from the University of Illinois College of Law, they worked in private practice in New York City, with a focus on antitrust and commercial litigation, before pursuing graduate studies in comparative legal history at the McGill University Institute of Comparative Law. C.P. has also published broadly on a variety of subjects, including law and social justice, gender, and popular culture, as well as intersections of the three. In 2019, C.P. testified on behalf of IGRP to the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates regarding a bill to introduce X gender markers on Maryland’s driver’s licenses and state-issued ID cards and to allow self-attestation of gender identity; the bill passed both houses with a veto-proof majority and will be in effect as of October 1, 2019.

Shain Neumyer, Esq. - Advisory Committee Member, New England & New York Region Leader

Shain is an attorney, an activist, and a member of the nonbinary and disability communities working toward intersectional social justice and liberation. Licensed in New York and Massachusettes, Shain has been a staff attorney at Disability Rights New York, an editor for Autism Women's Network, and currently runs a private practice focused on advocating for youth and people with disabilities in Springfield, Massachusettes.

Ariel Gaines - Advisory Committee Member, Great Lakes Region Leader

Ariel K Gaines, PsyD (they/them) is a gender nonbinary psychotherapist living in Chicago, IL. They have researched and presented on the mental health costs of marginalization, the psychology of prejudice, bias in psychological research on queer populations, and intersectional approaches to psychotherapy. They work at LifeWorks Psychotherapy Center, a group practice that centers the mental health needs of LGBTQIA+ individuals. They just took up tap dancing and live with their trans masculine spouse and charming cat.

Peter Trinkl - Advisory Committee Member at large

Peter Trinkl is an intersex activist who has been active in running the intersex peer support organization Bodies Like Ours. Peter was born with ambiguous genitals and underwent non-consensual infant genital surgery.  Peter is against the medical normalization of intersex bodies on a non-consensual basis, and advocates for the self-determination of intersex children. Peter was actively involved with the Intersex Task Force of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission (SF HRC). He spoke at SF HRC’s 2004 public intersex hearing and worked on the SF HRC report investigating the medical normalization of intersex bodies. Peter has also served on the Board of Advocates for Informed Choice, an organization actively promoting the legal rights of intersex children.

Steph Nagoski - Advisory Committee Member at Large

Steph Nagoski (They/Them or She/Her) is a queer Nonbinary Femme trans person who recently moved back to Delaware after 2 decades on the west coast.  A Data Scientist by trade, their happiest place is in a kitchen making beautiful food for their amazing community. In addition to being IGRP's MidAtlantic leader and Faerie Princess, Steph is also a volunteer with Trans Lifeline including using their data expertise on the 2017 Trans Mental Health survey. Steph has done work for Tech Soup in hackathons and presented at the Nonprofit Tech Conference and the Youth Tech Health conference.

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IGRP Law Clerk positions - Spring, Summer, and Fall


  • SF Bay Area, California - Law Clerk

  • Remote (any U.S. location) - Law Clerk

Working as a Law Clerk for IGRP provides law students and recent graduates awaiting bar results with the opportunity to gain experience and education in this exciting new area of law. You will be providing direct legal assistance, helping with impact litigation, conducting legal research and writing, and educating the transgender and LGBT communities about intersex and nonbinary rights. Prior experience or education in LGBT Law or Queer Studies is preferred, but not required. Nonbinary, Intersex, Transgender, Queer, Bisexual, People of Color, and People with Disabilities strongly encourage to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer. All positions are telecommute. Clerks will receive regular training and supervision by IGRP attorneys.

To apply, please email the following in pdf form to Toby@IntersexRecognition.org:

  • Cover letter (include your location and specific opportunity you are interested in)

  • Resume

  • Law School Transcript

  • Legal writing sample (10 pages or less)

IGRP Internships - Spring, Summer, and Fall


  • SF Bay Area, California - Paralegal / Legal Assistant

  • Remote (any U.S. location) - Job based on interest and experience

Working as an Intern for IGRP provides undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to help the nonbinary community and learn from attorneys and advocates with years of experience in LGBTQIA+ rights. We are seeking students of communication, paralegal studies, pre-law, sociology, queer studies, women's studies, or other fields relevant to the work we do. Prior experience is not required. Nonbinary, Intersex, Transgender, Queer, Bisexual, People of Color, and People with Disabilities strongly encourage to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please email the following in pdf form to Volunteer@IntersexRecognition.org:

  • Cover letter (include your location and specific opportunity you are interested in)

  • Resume

  • College Transcript


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Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project  is fiscally sponsored by Social Good Fund, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.

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