Staff Bio: Tony Uceda
Tony Uceda is the National Major Gifts Organizer for the National LGBTQ Task Force. Tony has been doing social justice work for his whole life, seeing his job as an important way of life in order to create and live in the best world possible. Tony wants to help create a world where he, as a Latinx gay man, and all people can live free of discrimination, persecution, violence, and judgement. Tony loves supporting and raising money for the organization that is committed to helping him and the people he cares about. Tony received a Bachelor of Arts at the Saint Joseph Seminary College and received a Fundraising Management Certification from Indiana University.
Previously, Tony worked as a Catholic Seminarian for the Archdiocese of Atlanta, a Branch Assistant Manager for Bank of America, and the Director of Mission and Program Integration for St. Labre Indian Mission. Currently, in addition to working at the Task Force, Tony is a member of Out of St. Paul, the LGBTQ ministry of his parish at St. Paul the Apostle in New York City, which seeks to engage Catholic faith through service to the community, social activities, and the exploration of Catholic spirituality. He also volunteers at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis. At the Task Force, Tony works to cultivate relationships with major donors to the Task Force and encourage their further support. Tony is based in New York City.
National Major Gifts Officer
New York, NY