Blair is the Executive Director of the Youth Empowered Society, a drop-in center created by youth and young adults experiencing homelessness. In this role, he oversees a team that develops and supports youth leadership; provides case management, workforce development, and rapid rehousing services; and engages in systems-level reform across the city and state. Previously, Blair was the HIV Prevention Program Manager at the STAR TRACK Adolescent Health Program at the University of Maryland, where he oversaw sexual health outreach and testing, community mobilization, public health provider training, and advocacy work for youth and young adults. He currently sits on the Advisory Board of Baltimore Racial Justice Action, and spent four years on the Board of Directors of Free State Justice, a legal advocacy organization that seeks to improve the lives of low-income LGBTQ Marylanders. In 2014, he received a BMe Community Award for his work with GLSEN Baltimore and was recognized as one of the 100 Black LGBTQ/SGL Emerging Leaders to Watch by the National Black Justice Coalition. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Delaware.