Board of Directors
President & Founder
(he/him) JP is the founder of Queer Vox Academy. A voiceover actor, writer, and snappy dresser, JP has played such iconic characters as Boss Baby, Wile E. Coyote, the Tin Man, Willy Wonka, and a slew of Marvel heroes and villains, most recently Green Goblin in Spidey and His Amazing Friends. His anime credits include Neon Genesis Evangelion and the Fate/Grand Order film series, and he has been heard in video games such as Crash Bandicoot 4, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and the Skylanders series. On the “other side of the glass,” JP cast and voice directed the upcoming animated film Maxxie LaWow: Drag Supershe-ro and teaches animation voiceover techniques for Real Voice LA and Queer Vox Academy. An advocate for LGBTQIA+ visibility since his tenure managing the USC Lambda LGBT Alumni Association, JP is also a political junkie, co-founding the nonpartisan organization NerdsVote, linking cosplayers, gamers, con-goers, and pop culture fans of all kinds to voter registration opportunities.
Secretary & Compliance Officer
(they/them) Adi is a dialect coach, intimacy director, actor, and Associate Professor of Voice and Movement at the University of Nevada, Reno. Adi has worked with theatrical companies around the world including the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities (CO, USA), Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (MO, USA), Southwest Shakespeare Company (AZ, USA), Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (NV, USA), New Repertory Theatre (MA, USA), Central Square Theatre (MA, USA), Stella Adler Studio of Acting (NY, USA), Hangar Theatre Company (NY, USA), Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company (TX, USA), New Hazlett Theater (PA, USA), Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Scotland), and Darlinghurst Theatre Company (Australia). They are a certified teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechwork and Fitzmaurice Voicework. For more information, please visit AdiCabral.com.
(she/they) Linsay is an award winning actor, voice-over and performance capture artist and musician with over 20 years of theatre and improv experience. She is best known as the voice of Elita-1 in the Transformers: War for Cybertron trilogy on Netflix, and for her extensive work in video games, including Deathloop, Fallout 76, World of Warcraft, Genshin Impact, God of War: Ragnarok, Rage 2, Elder Scrolls Online, Rogue Company and Monster Hunter: Rise. She is a regular contributor to the hit horror podcast, The No Sleep Podcast and a part of one of the top rated Dungeons & Dragons Podcasts, Dragonlance: Echoes of Krinn. On the MOCAP side of things, she’s worked on games for Santa Monica Studios, Insomniac, Naughty Dog, Riot Games and HBO/Survios. On-screen, she has appeared in episodes of NCIS, Seal Team, General Hospital and she had all the judges fooled in her appearance on To Tell the Truth. A bonafide geeky badass, she hosts the weekly geek talk show, The Roll Out, on ThatHashTagShow's YouTube channel and live streams Dungeons & Dragons every Monday night on Twitch with The Die is Cast Gaming.
(they/them) Anjali is a transmasculine non-binary voice actor and writer, known for projects including Apex Legends, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, and Genshin Impact. They are a production supervisor at NYAV Post and a freelance casting director for a number of indie games. They are also the creator of the Queer Vox LGBTQIA+ VO Directory, and became invested in developing this database to promote queer visibility and support developing a network for equitable access. You can connect with them on Twitter @hereliesanjali or at hearanjali.com.
(she/her) Kayleigh is a 27 year old transgender woman who has a deep passion for art of all genres and mediums as well as a uniquely varied vocal range. Born in a college town nestled in rural Illinois, she has since followed her passions to earn training and experience in many subjects, including production, editing, illustration, and particularly voice acting. Through activism and care, Kayleigh strives to create more space in the industry for queer folks like herself to not just be comfortable, but to thrive.
(they/them) Rory joins Queer Vox with over a decade of communications, marketing, and events experience. They have always had a passion for creating opportunities to showcase and uplift LGBTQ+ talent in their community by creating opportunities for them to shine, like pop-up markets, art shows, and even at events like local comic-cons! Joining the Board of Directors at Queer Vox, Rory hopes to bring their enthusiasm and experience to support Queer Vox talent and growing community.
(they/them) Marcus is a biracial (Black/white german Jewish), non-binary voiceover artist based in central Illinois. They got their start in the voiceover world through audiobook narration, but have since lent their voice to characters, commercials, video games, and more. Outside of the booth, Marcus enjoys DnD, kayaking, painting, anime, making their own dice, and playing with their two dogs.
(she/they) Kendell is originally from the Chicagoland area and now based in Los Angeles where she works as a voice actor and is on the writing team at Netflix Animation. You can hear Kendell in video games such as Genshin Impact and SMITE, animation projects such as Rainbow High, and audio dramas like The Romulus V and Liars and Leeches (and a handful of other fun projects coming down the line!). Growing up, Kendell has always had a passion for storytelling (with a focus on stories for and about queer people and people of color) as well as technology and animation. Kendell's first job after college was at Buzzfeed, where she was on the Production Tools team and produced narrative videos highlighting different folx of color across the community! After Buzzfeed, Kendell really wanted to lean into her other passion of animation, so went on to work for Dreamworks Animation where she worked on the shows Fast and Furious: Spy Racers, Dragons: Rescue Riders, and Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. Kendell also does theater in LA where she has worked with the Wallis Annenberg Performing Arts Center (Wallis Studio Ensemble), The Independent Shakespeare Company, and Cornerstone Theater Company. In her free time, Kendell loves playing board games/table-top and is obsessed with all things musical theater. She also enjoys a good pun/joke. Want to hear a joke about a broken pencil? Nevermind, it's pointless...
Kristi is a three-time Emmy-nominated casting and voice director in the animation industry. She is a founding member of GLAAD’s Kids and Family Advisory board and has made committed efforts in pushing for greater inclusivity of queer characters in children’s programming. In 2019, one of the series she was a part of, Steven Universe, became the first animated series in history to win a GLAAD award. In 2020, another of her projects, Kipo & The Age of Wonderbeasts became the first all-ages animated program to ever have a character (a main character) voice the words, “I’m gay”. In 2022 the series DeadEnd: Paranormal Park featured the first transgender lead character in an all-ages animated series. She is currently working on series for Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, HBOMax, Apple TV+ Animation, Dreamworks Television Animation, Nickelodeon, Amazon Studios & Sesame Street Animation.
Cort has built a prolific career in animation development and production. Cort is VP of Original Content for Fashion Brands with eOne/Hasbro and Executive Producer of their My Little Pony series for Netflix. With 20 years between Marvel/Disney and Mattel, his credits include Barbie In A Christmas Carol, Ultimate Spider-Man and Spidey And His Amazing Friends. He’s received Emmy nominations (Rocket 'n Groot and Marvel's Spider-Man) and NAACP Image Award Nominations (Black Panther's Quest). Cort currently serves on GLAAD’s Kids & Family Advisory Council. He recently Executive Produced the documentary No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics, which premiered at Tribeca and won the Grand Jury Prize at Outfest.
Erika is best known for their voiceover work in games and animation. They star as Valkyrie in Apex Legends, Ana Bray and Kridis in Destiny 2, Lumu in Halo Infinite, Kitsune in Call of Duty: Warzone, with featured roles in Fortnite, Young Justice, and more. Erika can also be seen performing with Dimension 20, Critical Role, The McElroy Family, and College Humor’s Dropout. Past work includes producing and hosting for Marvel, Geek & Sundry, and Nerdist.
Gordon is a Professor of the Practice of Cinematic Arts at USC and co-founder of the USC Bridge incubator program, helping to cultivate the next generation of leaders in our craft. He has played key business and product leadership roles at Tencent, Electronic Arts, as a designer on Madden NFL Football, and MTV Networks. In 2020, Bellamy was honored by Games for Change as their Vanguard Award winner for his contributions to the craft. In 2019, he was awarded the first ever Jerry Lawson Lifetime Achievement Award, and in 2018 he was featured in Nickelodeon's Black History Month. Currently, he is featured in Netflix's Game Documentary, High Score, and on The World According to Jeff Goldblum on Disney + . In 2022, Bellamy is the honoree Gordon serves as the Executive Director / CEO of the Gay Gaming Professionals and on the Board of Directors of Wave and has served as Executive Director of both the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences and the International Game Developers Association. He is a graduate of Harvard College with a BA in Engineering, and resides with his husband Joe Heally, and their dog, Colby Janet, in Los Angeles, California.
Michelangelo Muscariello (or simply "Ange," because let's face it, that's a long name and there's only so many minutes in the day) is a Dialogue Coordinator at Insomniac Games, where he worked on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart. His focus is on casting more diversely so that video games are more representative of the world we live in. EO of GGP (Gay Gaming Professionals), professor at USC School of Cinematic Arts (Games), and former Executive Director of IGDA.