Letter from the Co-Chair November 2015

I started serving as GALA’s Co-Chair in August of 2015, and I am excited to continue working on behalf of Emory’s LGBTQ community. GALA had a busy fall semester that included the Homecoming Blue Jean Brunch, a volunteer event at Lost-N-Found Youth as part of Emory Cares International Service Day, and the distribution of applications for the 2016-2017 GALA Leadership Award. We also started a conversation with President Wagner to encourage him to publicly oppose Georgia’s proposed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). These events highlight GALA’s commitments to providing networking opportunities, serving our local community, and advocating on behalf of LGBTQ people at Emory and beyond.

As I start my two-year term as Co-Chair of GALA, it would be helpful to know how GALA can best serve your needs. We created a short survey to gather feedback about our events and initiatives, and you can take the survey by clicking here. We would love to hear your thoughts about previous and future GALA events and advocacy initiatives. Whether you regularly attend GALA activities or haven’t attended one yet, we would still appreciate your input!

You are also welcome to attend any of the upcoming GALA meetings. Our meetings take place at the Miller Ward Alumni House on the second Tuesday of every month, starting with a free dinner at 6pm (the meeting officially starts at 6:30pm). Our next two meetings will be held on December 8 and January 12. You don’t need to RSVP for the meetings. Just come hungry and feel free to share your ideas!

Finally, we would love to see you at our upcoming Holiday Social on Thursday, December 3 from 6:30-8:30pm at The General Muir (Emory Point). You can register for the event by clicking here.

Best,

Scot S

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scot Seitz 09C
Co-Chair

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