Márquez Rhyne is the Director of Ci3's Transmedia Story Lab. In this capacity he leads narrative-based interventions and projects addressing adolescent sexual and reproductive health. He comes to this work as a cultural organizer with over 20 years of experience. His previous collaborations include the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Alternate ROOTS, Center for Digital Storytelling, Highlander Research and Education Center, University of Chicago and the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Speak Out HIV campaign. Over the last 20 years, Rhyne has amassed experience in nonprofit administration, diversity training, resource and workforce development, and cultural organizing for social and economic justice campaigns. Rhyne is also a performing artist, playwright, director, writer and producer for documentaries and training videos.