The Loving More Board of Directors and Staff are made up of dedicated people who volunteer their time and energy to support Loving More our mission of polyamory awareness and relationship choice. We are always in need of volunteers for the many projects and fund raising needs. If you are interested in being a part of an amazing organization and changing the world then contact our Executive Director.
Robyn L Trask
Robyn L Trask
Robyn is the Executive Director of Loving More Nonprofit, a national leader for polyamory awareness, polyamory counselor, workshop facilitator and writer. Raised in Colorado and Texas, Robyn realized at 24 that she simply was not monogamous. She decided to be honest and ask for open relationships even if it meant being alone. Her first marriage of 18 years with one of her high-school sweeties was open, though it was not until nine years into her marriage that she discovered there was a term, polyamory, and an organization that really fit her relationships style, Loving More Magazine. She founded a local Denver polyamory discussion group with some close friends and lovers in 1998. Robyn studied biology, chemistry and animal science at Texas A&M. She worked in the construction industry as an estimator, owned a top wedding and catering business, is a professional photographer and founded New Visions Center for personal growth where she taught Sacred Sex and other classes. In 2003 she attended and presented at Loving More Conference retreats on both the East and West coast. Robyn purchased Loving More in the fall of 2004 because she did not want to see this great community resource falter. She quickly realized with the technology and changing publishing industry that Loving More was not viable as a for-profit business or as a magazine and began the process of Loving More Magazine becoming national nonprofit for polyamory awareness. Since 2004, Robyn has worked to expand media awareness of polyamory through press releases and appearances in numerous articles, radio and TV shows including Montel, Lisa Ling and Michael Baisden. Robyn and Loving More were instrumental in the formation of Polyamory Leadership Network. A national speaker and advocate for polyamory she has been a featured speaker at conferences, taught at universities and been a keynote speaker. Robyn has been openly polyamorous for 25 years, raising three children in a polyamorous family.
Board of Directors
President and IT Director
Jesus Viramontes Garcia
Board President. Jesus is a native of the San Francisco Bay area who began exploring alternatives to monogamy in 2004. He has worked in the computer information technology field since 1995. In college he majored in Biology and Psychology with an emphasis on bio-psychology. He has worked at raising money for many worthy causes including walks to raise money for National Alliance on Mental Illness in 2005, walk for Asthma in 2004, Marathon fund raiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in 2006 and is a regular Apheresis Donor for the Stanford Blood Center. In 2007 he left the Bay area and moved to Colorado. Jesus has been volunteering and helping Loving More since attending his first Loving More Conference in 2005 and has been instrumental in rebuilding the Loving More Website as well as implementing use of social media. A polyamory activist since 2007, Jesus helped in launching the Poly Leadership Network, has been a presenter on issues involving minorities in polyamory as well as appearing in Montel and Lisa Ling shows on polyamory.
Board Member at Large
Mim Chapman, Ph.D.
Sante Fe, NM
Mim Chapman, PhD
Board Member at Large. Mim is the author of What does Polyamory Look Like?, a new book about the forms of poly diversity. She is a relationship coach, keynote speaker, educator, and change agent, and has been entertaining and mentoring people for more years than she chooses to admit. She is a certified Myers-Briggs trainer and has led workshops in various aspects of diversity, learning styles, multiple intelligences, collaboration, anti-harassment, sexuality, and the change process for conferences, schools and businesses. She was Alaska’s “Curriculum Leader of the Year,” Toastmaster’s “Communicator of the Year,” and the YWCA/British Petroleum “Woman of Achievement.” Her current creative passion is her sex education performance-art piece, “The VP (vagina-penis) Dialogues,” which has been performed in a variety of venues. www.mimchapman.com
Board Member at Large
Zach is a self-proclaimed nerd, sex geek and consent junkie. He has been a volunteer facilitator for a weekly Polyamory Peer Discussion Group for two years as well as serving as President of the Board of Directors for the Houston Polyamory Organization. He has been actively polyamorous for ten years and loves nothing more than gaining more poly knowledge and sharing it with others. He has served on polyamory discussion panels and recorded podcast episodes on the subjects of polyamory and non-monogamy. Zach became interested in consent as a topic some five years ago as a personal research project. He will share his knowledge with anyone who will listen and will soon begin training as a social worker to be of even more benefit to his community. He lives, works, laughs, and loves in Houston where he enjoys listening to and playing music, converting from a fat boy to a runner, all things Star Trek, reading, gaming, cooking and being owned and loved by a bulldog.
Marina was raised in polyamorous family from birth. As a young teen Marina identified as polyamorous and bisexual. At age 15 she began assisting in organizing Loving More events from Poly Living Conferences to Pride Fest Booth and Parade in Colorado. At 17 she started co-facilitating a presentation on children and raising sex positive kids. Marina is a member of The National Honors Society and graduated high school and received her Associate of Arts with honors. Today Marina is raising her own child with her polyamorous partner of nine years.