Policy Institute Overview. Publication Timeline. Cracking the corporate closet : the best and worst companies to work for, buy from, and invest in if you're gay or lesbian--and even if you aren't by Daniel B Baker Book 1 edition published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide "Corporate America is in the throes of a major upheaval more radical than reengineering, more powerful and pervasive than reorganization. The issue is gay and lesbian rights, and its effects extend to every area of modern-day business, including corporate marketing, advertising, hiring, promotion, benefits, and political and charitable giving. From the reception desk to the highest executive suites, from lobbying activities on Capitol Hill to advertising strategies in mainstream media, it exposes the attitudes, policies, and behaviors that reflect the greater changes of the current movement for social justice.
National LGBTQ Task Force
Mission & History - National LGBTQ Task Force
Series I. Internal Files Boxes , , , , , The first series contains administrative files internal to NGLTF, including founding documents, staff reports, Board minutes, press releases, membership and fundraising files, and financial records. These administrative files include correspondence from ten executive directors: Bruce Voeller, Lucia Valeska, C. Brydon, Virginia M. There are no discrete files on Jean O'Leary, the earliest director.
NATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN TASK FORCE (NGLTF)
It was the first such national-level nonprofit organization , and it mobilizes state-level training of LGBTQ community organizers, activists, and community members. The organization campaigned to have homosexuality removed as a category of mental disorder in the s. In that same time period it encouraged the Democratic Party to consider the civil and human rights of the gay community. In the organization issued the first extensive report on hate crimes directed at the gay community, documenting anti-gay victimization and violence. As a founding member organization of the Military Freedom Project, the Task Force helped set the framework for the debate about gays serving in the military.
Current leadership includes executive director Rea Carey and deputy executive director Kierra Johnson. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. US gay rights organization. Executive Director. This section is in list format, but may read better as prose.