Executive Director & Founder
Sharon is an United States Air Force Veteran and leader in the Tarrant County LGBTQ community. She works closely with organizations to help educate on LGBTQ issues.
Amanda is a passionate advocate for institutional and interpersonal equity in education. She is recognized for fostering collaboration between organizations and individuals.
Lisa is a tireless educator and proud mother of 2 LGBTQ daughters. She provides a safe space for students and is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Social Work.
Bertie is an LGBTQ+ advocate who seeks to empower youth through community development. He seeks to provide encouragement and resources to those seeking safety while pursuing education.
Rebecca is a mother of three and grandmother of five. She believes in the importance of being your own kind of beautiful, to respect and love yourself, and to give back to the community.
"Flannery" is a community ally passionate about encouraging & empowering local youth. She wants each individual to understand their integral value and to have every opportunity to thrive.
She is living everyday to show everyone that they deserve love and should be proud of who they are. She was a combat medic in the Army and understands how hard it is to have to hide one's true self.
John is a lawyer who works primarily with estate planning and probate matters. Recipient of the “Straight for Equality Award” in 2008 from the Fort Worth PFLAG chapter.
Sara serves as an ambassador to support Tarrant County youth and to challenge her hometown to love all those who call this city home. She is a global citizen and change agent.
Papi became involved as one of our youth and has stayed to become a leader. Papi has a heart for others and is currently studying to become a Sign Language Interpreter.
Kathleen is a community member that wants to help LGBTQ youth have a safe place to go, have fun and feel accepted. She has helped with other homeless youth organizations.
Greg connected us with the Lockheed Martin Pride organization. Their members serve as examples of having survived adolescence and having prospered afterward.
Diane was inspired by the passing of a friend during the AIDS crisis to get involved and wants to help provide housing, community resources, and loving support for all LGBTQ youth.
Jason got involved through the Imperial Court de Fort Worth and Arlington. He wants to help our youth grow, spread their wings and become the best they can be.
Mary is an United States Air Force Veteran and retired Occupational Therapist. She wants to support youth as they explore and discover what brings them joy.
As a minority and member of the LGBTQ community, Jason has works tirelessly to fight for equality both locally and nationally through outreach, advocacy, and education.
Barb is an attorney and ordained minister. She passionate about LGBTQ inclusion in all areas of society and the church since she was a student at Brite Divinity School.
LaShonda is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has experience with LGBTQ youth support groups. She encourages acceptance, authenticity, and honesty.