Kristin Nelson is the founder of Project RAI (Rainbows are Inclusive). She lives in Fargo with her husband Nick, daughter Alex, and 2 rescue dogs. Kristin just graduated from the University of Jamestown with a master's degree in non-profit leadership.
Kristin spent much of her professional career working in early childhood education which was the inspiration for the development of Project RAI. Kristin wanted to educate adults on developmentally appropriate practice and gender-affirming care in early childhood settings and how to welcome all learners to the classroom.
Kristin has given presentations to non-profit organizations on how to provide welcoming environments, has advocated to the state legislature for trans and queer rights, and has written a column for MSNBC on Doug Burgum.