Darryl! L.C. Moch currently serves as Chair of the DC Statehood Green Party in Washington, DC. He previously served as both a delegate to GPUS NC from DC and as a national Co-chair of the US Green Party on the GPUS Steering Committee member for several terms. Darryl!, in his last years of service as a SC member he was also selected to serve as spokesperson for the party via the SC. He is a member of the GPUS Black & Lavender Caucuses. He has served on the Platform Com, Media Committee, Dispute Resolution Committee, Coordinated Campaign Committee, Bylaws, Rules and Procedures Committee, Diversity Committee, and served as advisor on the Strategic Planning Working Group. He had been liaison to these GPUS committees: Coordinated Campaign Committee, Credentials, Diversity, Green Pages Ed Board, House (GHCC), Senate (GSCC), Bylaws, Rules, Policies, and Procedures Committee. Darryl!, ran for DC City Council in the 2010 DCSGP primary and is looking towards another run in the near future. He has served as an adviser to campaigns and candidates in various parts of the country, locally, regionally, and nationally. He is also currently on the board of Green Horizons. He is also the director of the Charm City Labor Chorus.
Darryl! is a leader and has developed and trained leaders as well as become partners with and worked with community leaders on local, regional, national, and international levels. A native of Los Angeles, California who proudly makes his home in Washington, DC, Darryl! serves as a consultant, activist, advocate, performance artist, psychotherapist/life coach, and minister. His work as an organizer has spanned the country. His passion, and current work, include arts and culture of the progressive community; creating opportunities that will empower, expose, and enlighten individuals and our collective communities. His art, activism and advocacy work is rooted in social justice, equality, and quality of life issues for African-American/People of Color and minority communities, children, youth, families, LGBTQ constituencies, people living with mental and physical challenges, the homeless, as well as HIV/AIDS and other issues facing communities most disenfranchised by local, regional, and national political policies and laws.