• NLGJA looks forward to you joining us for DATELINE:DC 2014 on November 20. This national benefit fuels our work for fair and accurate coverage of the LGBT community and issues.
     
  • If you attended the National Convention or LGBT Media Summit, we want your feedback. Please take a moment to tell us your thoughts on this year’s programming.
     
  • The NLGJA internship is an ideal opportunity for a student interested in non-profit management, news media and/or LGBT issues. Internships are offered three times a year: January–April, May–August and September–December. Interns work a 16- to 32-hour week with flexible hours. This internship is unpaid.
     
  • NLGJA is pleased to announce we've added one new member to the board of directors and seven who renewed their commitment to serve. With a recent election and appointment, the national board consists of 14 individuals who represent the organization’s geographic, professional and individual diversity.
     
  • NLGJA presented the organization's Excellence in Journalism Awards at the Awards Reception, which honored Hall of Fame inductees, and highlighted three special recognitions: the NLGJA 2014 Journalist of the Year, the Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for LGBT Journalist of the Year and the inaugural Excellence in Blogging Award.