Meet The Team

Princess Mocha

President & Co-Founder

Princess Mocha has always been a strong advocate for the LGBT+ community. Even upon graduating high school she has spent her time devoted as a drag queen entertaining and promoting the welfare of the LGBT+ community with each performance. She has mentored many aspiring adults and children over the years in the culture and art form of drag and in her efforts raised over $7000+ for Upstate Pride during her reign as Ms. Upstate Pride 2016. Princess Mocha is a Co-founder of the Rainbow Support Group - SC and helps facilitate various operations to better the community, aid in LGBT+ morale and promote the best reputation for all LGBT+ community members

Kim Williams

Vice President & Co-Founder

Kim Williams has been an LGBTQIA activist in the upstate of South Carolina for the last 20 years. She believes in the view that together we can change the world and is working towards this goal in the upstate. She has experience in the LGBTQIA community as an leader and has been a mentor to many in the Upstate. She has been a volunteer for Meals On Wheels, volunteered and held board positions in Upstate Pride, as well as held board positions in the Greenville and Spartanburg chapters of PFLAG. Kim is a co-founder of the Rainbow Support Group. Kim has always supported encouraged the LGBTQIA community and is available 24/7 for all LGBTQIA persons and our allies.

Ray Alers
Absolute Queen Mother, Madam of the Carolina's Czarina 1 and Empress 1 Diva Divine

    HIV/AIDS Coordinator

One of the NYC Madam’s of the City, and a member of the drag queen hall of fame. Madam Diva
Divine has been doing the art of drag for over 20 years. Starting her career with Rocky Horror Picture Show, and then moving into working as a drag performer. She has entertained crowds of people at clubs, and pride parades all over the country. Madam Diva Divine has also worked hand in hand with many Imperial Courts throughout the country to raise funds for the community.
Activist Diva Divine has worked with many different LGBTQAI+ groups to help fight for the rights of our community. She has been a strong voice in the fight for equality in marriage, fair workplace rights, and rights to adopt. Diva as also bee a very front line support of HIV/AIDS testing and teaching others the importance of knowing their status. Diva has been a driving force in educating people on the art of drag and empowering young entertainers to use their voices to help fight for the community.
Diva as served many organizations from HIV/AIDS Awareness groups to Free Education Organizations it is her passion to empower everyone on awareness. She has been a Vice President of Pasco Pride, Stand up Long Island, and many other out front organizations.
Madam Diva Divine is the house mother of House of Divine Fierceness and Da House of Anarchy. She is the Drag mother to many entertainers and is a driving force in empowering new performers to find their place in the art form. Madam Diva Divine has started many shows to feature new talent and give them a place to learn the craft.
Since coming to South Carolina Diva has been actively working on opening the first Imperial Court in the state. As the Founder of the Imperial Sovereign Court of the Carolina's she still finds time to help build bridges in the community, She as come full circle and is glad to have found a place to set her roots and watch her seeds grow into grand oaks.

Dakota Edwards


Cora Bright


Cora Bright has been a member of the Rainbow Support Group actively for 2 years. She is the Secretary of the Rainbow Support Group. She has a passion for healthcare and the LGBTQIA+. She volunteered for the Community Emergency Response Team for 11 years before turning her attention to RSGSC. Homeschooled, Autistic, & Dyslexic, She’s had to overcome social anxiety and low self esteem. At 15 she came out to her parents about her bisexuality, and became the first in her family to mark the path for her siblings to take, should they choose. Since then she has actively engaged the conversation with preaching love and acceptance towards all. 

She stands for female empowerment & equality in all things, protests conversion therapy and always tries to look at the humor life presents. 

“Together we can change the world” was the phase that took her on the path to actively try to make the world a better place, the Rainbow Support Group was the safe place she needed to give her the ability to do so.

Tessa Jade Knight

MTF Trans Coordinator

Tessa Jade is is one of our MTF Trans Coordinators.  She is wanting to help spread awareness for the trans community and is committed to not only teaching others but also learning. Her time spent in foster care as a kid and being homeless gives her a special ability to connect with those that are classified as out cast. Living as her true self has given her the courage and bravery to speak up for those who can't for themselves. She hopes to make stronger connections and help pave the road to equality for the trans community.

Kylara Ann Bagwell

MTF Trans Coordinator

Hi my name is Kylara but most people call me Kae. I am a Transgender woman. I have known I was different than the way others around me have seen me since I was little. Throughout my life, I have been struggling to let myself out as I see myself. I tried many times but would get pushed back because of others around me not accepting me for who I am. Throughout my life until many years ago I was trapped into being what others thought my gender was from birth. Now I have a loving person in my life and am able to be ME! I have love from my Rainbow family as well that loves me for me and I am so thankful for that. There are still people that do still only see me as I was born but I am hoping in time they will see me for who I am. 

I am a MTF Transgender Coordinator for the Rainbow Support Group. I am here to help in any way that I can. 

Kyson Ackley

FTM Trans Coordinator

Kyson Ackley has been a part of the Rainbow Support Group for 7 years. He is one of the FTM Trans Coordinators in the RSG. He was raised Roman Catholic and wasn't allowed to explore his identity until after he graduated high school. Since he came to terms with his identity, he is the happiest he's ever been and wants to help anyone out who may be going through anything similar. He is strong minded and is always willing to find a way to help others in any way he can.

Lee King

FTM Trans Coordinator

My name is Lee King, I am trans FTM. I have been trans for a few years didn’t start hormones until 9 months ago.I have 2 degrees 1 in electronics the other in criminal justice with an undergraduate certificate in cybercrime. I want to be able to spread positivity, decency, and happiness to our community.I want future generations to be able to have the freedom they deserve to live their truth.I would like to become a member of the rainbow support group board so I can help more on the front lines as well as in the back. To show people that it’s never to late to start living your true self. I want to inspire people not just their minds I want to inspire their souls as well. Forgiveness is for you not for them.

Here at Rainbow Support Group SC we fully understand that racism not only affects but completely undermines the mental health and well-being of not only individuals, but also that of entire communities and societies.  We are fully committed to anti-racism in everything that we do.  This means that we vow to fight against racism in all its many forms, including, individual, interpersonal, and institutionalized racism. We will never give up the fight for equal rights and we will never abandon members of our community by virtue of their race, creed, religion, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by law.
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