Our Team

Tanya James (She/Her/Elle)

Operations Manager

Originally from Halifax, NS, holding a BSc. in Applied Human Nutrition, Tanya brings many years of community work to Chroma. From Community Health Centre dietitian, to food skills program leader, to Community Navigator and volunteer, making connections and working to build and strengthen communities, both within and outside of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, is a passion. 

Daniel Meza (He/Him/Il)

Marketing & Communications Manager

Daniel is a marketing specialist and journalist, and did a master’s degree in International Relations in the United Kingdom. He has published his articles articles in magazines such as Sapiens and Science (US) and others from Latin America. Currently is active in volunteering with local community organizations focused on immigration and minority groups.

Mariah Darling (They/Them/Iel)

Education Coordinator

Born and raised in Saint John, Mariah received their Bachelor of Science from UNBSJ. A proudly Queer and Trans young professional with a background in medical research who is an analytical, collaborative, information-based thinker with knowledge and passion for issues facing the 2SLGBTQQIA+ community.

Blair Brophy (She/They/Elle/Iel)

Social Media & Content Coordinator

Blair “Betsy Rich” moved to Saint John from Toronto two years ago with her little family and is smitten with the charm of this magical bayside city! With a digital video production/photography education from Durham College, she enjoys documenting and capturing moments as they happen, as well as networking to connect people. Blair (or Betsy Rich) is driven by a love for our 2SLGBTQIA+ community and a huge passion for the art of drag. Blair is the parent of Mouse, the youngest drag king in the Maritimes.

Kailer Boyne (He/Him/Il)

Digital Marketing Intern

Kailer is a proudly queer young trans man from St. George, with a background in art and 2SLGBTQIA+ advocacy. He studied digital media, photography, and videography in the Digital Media Marketing Through Storytelling program with The ONE Change at the Nick Nicolle Community Centre, and is now bringing what he’s learned to Chroma NB.

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