Morgan M. Page is a Welsh-Canadian transfeminist activist, artist, writer, and Santera in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In addition to her work at a major local LGBT organization, where she runs programs for trans adults, trans youth, and trans sex workers, Morgan also writes for PrettyQueer.com.
She is currently working on her first film through Inside Out Festival’s Queer Video Mentorship Project, which will premier at Inside Out Festival in May 2012.
Morgan is also the founder and curator of TWAT Fest (Trans Women’s Arts Toronto), the first ever Trans Women’s arts festival. TWAT Fest is scheduled for August 2012.
In June 2011, Morgan was the recipient of the LGBT Youthline’s Outstanding Contribution to Community Empowerment Award at the Community Youth Awards for her work in creating Canada’s first project for trans youth experiencing intimate partner abuse.
She has spoken across Ontario at Universities and colleges, including McMaster University, George Brown College, and Ryerson University, as well as at LadyFest Toronto 2009 and at SACL’s Celebrating Women’s Sexualities week in London, Ontario. She has given workshops across Ontario and at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference on a number of trans and queer topics.