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Meet The Founder


Beck DeTrempe

Executive Director 

Beck DeTrempe (they/them) is a queer non-binary disabled + neurodivergent person based in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Beck founded Basically Wonderful in 2021 after noticing a lack of accessible and intersectional spaces. They hope to continue to create more welcoming spaces and offerings that benefit their disabled & queer peers.

Beck is currently the co-facilitator for:

Disability (Is Not a Bad Word)

Disabled Babes Book Club

If You Give a Trans Person a Book Club

Facilitators & Staff: Meet the Team

Meet our Friends

The People Who Have Our Backs


Bea Green

Project Manager

Bea Green is a queer, neurodivergent person living in the Orlando, FL area. Bea is a recent graduate of Valencia College. They are passionate about creating spaces for marginalized communities. Bea is hoping to help create impactful events that bring the community together.

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Caroline Pittman

Co-Facilitator of Disability (Is Not a Bad Word)

I’m Caroline (they/she), a 24 year old, non-binary, multiracial individual. I have lived experience with mental illness/neurodivergence. I have a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. I am recently certified as a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist in the state of Florida. In my personal time, I enjoy creating art, creative writing, reading, listening to music, thrift shopping, learning about spirituality/astrology, being in nature, and partaking in mindful movement (aerial yoga and Lyra).

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Alex Candage

Co-Facilitator of Disabled Babes Book Club

Hi! My name is Alex, I use ze/zir/zirs pronouns, and I’m passionate about creating affirming representation and inclusive spaces. Part of this includes intersectional, abolitionist, anti-capitalist activism. I have a love for reading, writing, art, music, and my cats! Some of my identities include being white, nonbinary, demisexual, queer, polyamorous, spiritual, disabled, mad, a survivor of abuse, and a babe with mobility aids 🦼. My passion for inclusive storytelling motivated me to earn a bachelor’s degree in English and become editor-in-chief of three college publications. Also, I’ve been a part of many queer and disability inclusivity initiatives, like Access Pride Coalition. But as my mental and physical symptoms worsen, I’ve had to find more accessible ways to engage with my passions. That’s why I’m so excited to be a part of this disability-centered book club!

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Nicole Torres

Co-Facilitator of If You Give a Trans Person a Book Club

Nicole Torres (she/they) is the co-facilitator for the If You Give a Trans Person a Book Club. They're also a part-time student in computer science. In their spare time, they like to write about media representation in their favorite geeky spaces such as (but not limited to) anime, TV shows, and video games.


Yasmin Flasterstein & Dandelion Hill

Co-Directors, Peer Support Space

Peer Support Space is a grassroots organization that has been a beacon of support ever since Bell and Yasmin met at the very first Basically Wonderful Showcase in 2019. We are eternally grateful for both Yasmin (she/her) and Dandelion (they/them, ze/zir), and their continued support and partnership in all of our endeavors.

Facilitators & Staff: Meet the Team
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