Taos Wynn is a Georgia native and Community Activist recognized for his commitment to actively building stronger communities domestically and abroad. Taos currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Perfect Love Foundation, a non-profit organization he founded and has provided thousands of resources to underserved communities through. Wynn is also the founder of Millennial Civil Rights; an initiative endorsed by elected and community leaders such as the late Congressman John Lewis. Millennial Civil Rights has mobilized voters and encouraged activism; educating Millennials and GEN Z about the continued fight for human and civil rights. As an advocate for equal rights and the promotion of unity, Taos has been recognized for his public service on national, state, and local levels being awarded top honors such as: the Phoenix Award presented by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, the Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award from the Georgia Secretary of State, and Emory University Alumni Associations 40 Under 40. Taos’ vision is to demonstrate an authentic love for people by creating spaces of hope and justice, while at all times preserving the dignity of those served. He currently resides in Atlanta with his 9 year old daughter, Myla.