Learn more about the talented folks behind Urban Triage, Inc.
Brandi Grayson is a Black community organizer with over a decade of experience in racial justice and program development movement work. Her passion for developing programs to build capacity within marginalized communities has led her to work on police brutality, economic justice, racial justice and civil rights campaigns.
Communications and Operations Director
April is a graduate of UW-Madison with a BA in Legal Studies. She has a long track record of program management, leadership, community engagement, and outreach through previous roles, including UW-Madison, Target Corporation, and Unity Point Health Meriter. Her work extends into the community by her service on the Madison Area Diversity Roundtable, City of Madison Affirmative Action Commission, and by serving on the Overture Center Community Advisory Board. In April’s current work as Special Project Manager for the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness, Outreach Specialist for the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, and as Communications and Operations Director for Urban Triage, she continues to foster her community engagement and outreach. In addition, April is a graduate of Urban Triage's first Supporting Healthy Black Families Cohort.
Quetta Rogers is a 25-year-old woman who sometimes goes by Etta, a nickname given by her adoptive family. Quetta is a mother of two daughters. One is a smart, beautiful and amazing 6-year-old 1st grader; her name is Markia. Quetta’s youngest daughter is Symone. Symone is an active, smart and busy 3-year-old. Quetta has a boyfriend of 6 years named John, and he is very supportive of everything she does. Quetta is a high school graduate with a CNA certification of 5 years. Quetta is currently an Executive Assistant for Urban Triage, Inc.