Founded on October 16th, 2010 by Brother Michael Oboza and Ed Negron. In 2014, BQAC will become a 501(c)3 non for profit. In 2016, MAP’s Invisible Majority Report on bi+ disparities was published. BQAC along with Bisexual Organizing Project (MN), Bi Resource Center (Boston), Los Angeles Bi Task Force, & BiNetUSA were the bi orgs that contributed to this report. In 2019, BQAC’s board members would have their first retreat for a strategic vision in order to serve our community with more efficiency and outreach. In 2020, our board member Auggie Rodriguez would create a documentary about our first 10 years of history as an organization shown at our 10th anniversary GALA via zoom due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Today, BQAC continues to educate and empower and provide resources to bisexual and queer persons through programming, educational seminars and partnerships with other non for profit organizations.