Moudi is a first-generation immigrant from Lebanon dedicating their time and passion to collectively building a more possible world. They currently study at Naropa University as a graduate student in the Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Counseling program. Prior to attending Naropa, Moudi co-owned and operated a Lebanese restaurant in Salt Lake City, which also served as a safe space for the queer community through monthly programming like Queer Poetry Night and Drag Brunch. He was also a named plaintiff in Kitchen v. Herbert, the landmark case that brought marriage equality to Utah and the 10th circuit states in 2014. As a person who stutters, Moudi is passionate about writing and poetry as transpersonal practices in self-expression and relational healing, and finds immense joy in sharing space with others on the page.