Jane Clementi, CoFounder and CEO – She/Her/Hers

Jane Clementi co-founded the Tyler Clementi Foundation because she wants to make sure that our society learns the consequences of discrimination and bullying, as she learned all too personally through the loss of her son. A native of New Jersey and devoted mother of three sons, Jane speaks passionately to parents and community leaders about the need to not merely “accept” or “tolerate” children who come out as LGBTQ+, but to embrace them as wondrous creations of God. Jane speaks on the need for parents of LGBTQ+ children to come out and speak openly of the love they have for their children, and in doing so each one of us can impact the world around us and create accepting environments. Since losing Tyler, Jane’s spiritual journey has continued to carry and transform her in ways she never would have imagined. She left her church home for many years because she felt that while sitting in the pews of a church that condemned LGBTQ+ people she was herself a bystander to bullying. Jane leads an inspirational life through her unique experience which she shares with other parents and speaks passionately about the need to divorce the concept of “sin” from homosexuality. She has made difficult choices in an impossible situation and leads by example. She has spoken out in support of LGBTQ+ rights and the need for families and communities to embrace their LGBTQ+ populations. Jane has spoken before the U.S. Congressional HELP Committee, the National Cathedral, and numerous other faith communities, colleges, universities, high schools, and workplaces. You can reach Jane at

Jason Osher, Director of Development – He/Him/His

Jason Osher joined the Tyler Clementi Foundation as Director of Development in 2024. Prior to the foundation, Jason was the Director of Development at Iris House, which serves the needs of women and families living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and other health challenges, primarily in Harlem and the South Bronx. Prior to Iris House, he served as the Director of Development at Waterfront Alliance and before Waterfront Alliance, Jason served as the Deputy Director of Development at New York Restoration Project which he joined in 2015 to lead foundation and government fundraising, along with the direct mail program, to support operating programs as well as capital projects expanding green, open space and programming in parks and community gardens throughout New York City. Before NYRP, he served as the Chief Operating Officer for the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), which he joined in November 2000, and had primary responsibility for strategically planning and raising the funds needed to support SIECUS’ programs, as well as oversaw all finance, budgeting, and human resource functions for the organization. Previously, Jason was the Associate Director of Foundations and Corporations at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. He also spent seven years fundraising and managing grants at Gay Men’s Health Crisis, the world’s oldest and largest HIV/AIDS organization. Jason attended Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and The Eugene Lang College of New School University. He has more than 30 years of experience in fundraising and grants management, is a member of the Association for Fundraising Professionals (AFP), a former board member of the Greater New York Chapter of AFP, a former board member of Treatment Action Group, served for six years on his coop board, and has volunteered for several New York City nonprofits. You can reach Jason at

Wilhelmina Indermaur, Administrative Assistant – She/Her/Hers

Wilhelmina Indermaur grew up as the middle child in a large, loving family. She knew she was different from many of her peers at a young age and, as a teenager, began to identify as part of the Queer Community.

She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BA in Women’s and Gender Studies and Dance Theory and Practice. Wilhelmina became involved in LGBTQIA+ advocacy work as an undergraduate student, participating in the first public Pride celebration in Yadkinville, North Carolina and using her leadership positions as UNCG Cheerleading Co-Captain and Social Media Chair of Delta Chi Xi Honorary Dance Fraternity to increase awareness and visibility for a diverse student body. Following a career in the performing arts, she worked for six years in Early Childhood Education and Development, teaching children ranging from infancy to middle school. She is passionate about volunteering and is a member of the Junior League, the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and an active alumna of Kappa Alpha Theta.

As a transgender woman of Catholic faith, Wilhelmina passionately believes that love comes first and that every person is beautifully and wonderfully made. She is an advocate for children and LGBTQIA+ people online and in her native North Carolina, and has been featured in The Advocate, Indy Week, The News & Observer, and New Ways Ministry. You can reach Wilhelmina at


James Clementi, Mental Health Content Creator – He/Him/His

James Clementi is the oldest brother of Tyler Clementi. The loss of his brother was a life-altering event for James, and sent him on a path of activism for bullying prevention, suicide prevention, and LGBT rights. Like his brother Tyler, James is gay. The core part of his message is the equality of LGBT people in our society and the devastating consequences of bullying on our young people. Bullying that happens face-to-face and online through social media has become an epidemic among our youth. James is focused on reaching out to LGBT and vulnerable youth, using Tyler’s story as a tool to reinforce the inherent value of each life. Respect, love and equality are the key components of his message. James envisions a youth culture where kindness is cool, and respect is the norm. James has written about his experience for Out Magazine, spoken at events such as the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles’ First Annual Voice Awards as well as television programs Anderson Cooper 360 and Rock Center with Brian Williams, and has blogged about bullying in The Huffington Post. You can reach James at

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