Grant E. Loveless is a current sophomore at Austin Community College pursuing a marketing certification and finishing his prerequisites; planning to transfer to the University of Texas in San Antonio, double majoring in Political Science and Psychology. Since his junior year at Manor High School, Grant has always been a tenacious and ambitious leader who has committed himself to serving others and being of use to the community and their needs. During his years in high school, Grant created, served, and assisted nine extracurricular clubs, such as the LGBTQIA+ organization, UNITY, and the HBCU Committee, that focused on social and educational change. As an Austinite, he is currently committed to representing African-American, Afro-Queer, human / civil rights, and the importance of education in Austin, Texas and at his community college. Grant is the Assistant of Student Services / Student Ambassador at Austin Community College, providing students the resources and opportunities needed to be successful personally, professionally, and academically. He loves and enjoys writing, dancing, volunteering, swimming, and, of course, hanging out with his close friends having fun. As a writer, poet, and social activist in his community he serves to promote equality, equity, and awareness and solutions on the issues of self-love / identity, racism, discrimination, colorism, inequality, and the disparities that minorities face in educational facilities that lead to failure. At Austin Community College, Grant serves as the Director of Communications for the student-lead organization, Austin Community Corps of Engineers, while being an active member of the Male Leadership Program, Black Student Success Committee, and Black Student Association. Grant is overjoyed and excited to serve as a Texas Civic Ambassador as he now has a platform to outreach, guide, and help to his community.