• Jerry Newberry: Including LGBT Youth

    Jerry Newberry, Executive Director of the National Education Association Health Information Network (NEA-HIN), talks about the unprecedented media coverage of LGBT youth suicides in 2010 and the history of the NEA’s work in support of LGBT youth. Jerry also explains why, in 1989, he had to wear a bullet-proof vest when determining what should be taught in sex-education classes.

    Posted 11.2.11
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  • Lynn Greer: Life Changing Experiences

    Two life changing events brought Lynn to the LGBT movement. The first was the March on Washington which she accidentally attended because she was adding a panel to the AIDS Memorial Quilt in memory of her brother. The second was an OutGiving conference where she heard Tim Gill speak about being fuel for the movement. Since then, Lynn has started her own community foundation in Columbus, OH which now has more than $5 million in pledges.

    Posted 5.10.11
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  • OutGiving 2013

    The impact of OutGiving and how it's enabled LGBT donors across the nation to work together to make a significant impact.

    Posted 7.22.14
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  • Brickson Diamond: Passion In Philanthropy - Getting It Back

    After he lost his inspiration as a philanthropist, Brickson Diamond took a step back from the world to reignite his passion to give. Refresh. Reclaim. Regenerate. After his return from sabbatical at the Esalen Institute, these three words describe Brickson's motivation to change his approach to the Black House Foundation, which he co-founded in 2007, and all of his philanthropy. He shares how these three easy steps taught him to rediscover the passion he thought he had lost.

    Posted 5.10.11
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  • Tim Gill: Thomas Roberts Interviews Tim Gill

    Thomas Roberts of MSNBC sits down for an interview with Tim Gill to talk about Tim’s life as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder of OutGiving and the Gill Foundation. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of the largest funders of LGBT equal rights work in the country discuss his life and the importance of giving.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • Mike Schaefer: Where Do You Find Hope?

    Mike Schaefer recounts the fear, anger, and disappointment he encountered as a young gay man coming of age in the 1980’s. After the personal loss of acquaintances, friends, and loved ones to HIV/AIDS and suicide, Mike stood up and took action to give a voice to LGBT people everywhere. Today, through his philanthropic giving and the giving of other like-minded individuals, Mike is grateful and hopeful for the future.

    Posted 5.10.11
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