The Coalition is only as strong as its membership. Currently, over seventy-five organizations and over a hundred individuals have pledged their support to the work and mission of the Coalition. Becoming a member of the Coalition shows your strong support for advancing the health and well-being of the LGBT community and provides you with the opportunity to participate in setting the Coalition’s agenda and to receive technical assistance and reduced rates for all Coalition events. If you are interested in joining, click here for the joining form.
The Coalition holds an annual membership meeting. This meeting is traditionally held in Washington, DC in order to maximize our members’ voices on Capitol Hill and with federal agencies. These meetings are open to both members and nonmembers of the Coalition and offer an unparalleled opportunity to network with other LGBT health advocates, researchers, service providers, and students.Listed below is the draft agenda for this year's If you would like to attend please fill out and return the 2012 Annual Meeting Registration. See our 2012 Draft Agenda.
The Board of Directors adopted the following process to govern this year’s election to its membership. The Coalition’s Governance Committee will provide direction and oversight to the nomination and election process. The current members of the committee are: JoAnne Keatley, Henia Handler, David Haltiwanger, and Hutson Inniss (ex-officio member). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Coalition is currently seeking interested undergraduate, graduate and law students for unpaid internship opportunities at our headquarters in Washington, DC. Interns will work on a range of projects, including policy, communications and membership development. There is a minimal amount of administrative work involved. Applications are processed on a rolling basis.