The HRC Foundation Youth Ambassadors help raise understanding about its programs to boost the full life of LGBTQ youth in the home, in school, at the job and beyond.
HRC FoundationвЂ™s Youth Well-Being Program is happy to announce the 2021 class of HRC Youth Ambassadors: Luke Chacko, Nico Craig, Junior Hernandez, Nakiya Lynch, Alise Maxie, Ve’ondre Mitchell, Molly Pinta, Joseph Reed, Ash Silcott and Jalen Smith.
These LGBTQ advocates will represent the HRC Foundation, adding their voices and experiences to raise awareness about the most pressing concerns facing LGBTQ youth and our programs that promote well-being for LGBTQ youth, including All Children – All Families, Welcoming Schools and Youth Well-Being, as well as our eighth annual Time to THRIVE Conference in February as Youth Ambassadors.
Five people in the cohort will start their very first 12 months as Youth Ambassadors: Chacko, Maxie, Mitchell, Silcott and Smith.
This system was created to amplify the crucial voices of teens and adults, and engage them in aiding HRC Foundation enhance the everyday everyday everyday lives of LGBTQ youth in the home, in school, in the office and past. These youth have actually genuine and contributions that are meaningful make to HRCвЂ™s work and also to their communities. Continue reading