2015 Call for Nominations to the Board & Executive Committee

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Candidates Sought for Positions on NLGJA Board & Executive Committee Nominations Deadline: July 24, 2015 Nominations are now being accepted for four at-large Board of Director positions and three Executive Committee positions: Vice President of Broadcast Treasurer Secretary At-Large Directors (4) Executive Committee members may serve two consecutive terms in each office, and at-large National Board […]

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It’d be Great to See You at L.A. Exclusive

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I hope to see you on Thursday, June 25 for L.A. Exclusive – A National Benefit for NLGJA and an evening not to be missed.

We’re coming together to support NLGJA’s work to advance fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. Cyd Zeigler, co-founder of OutSports, will be honored with the Lisa Ben Award for Achievement in Features Coverage.

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Communications and Marketing Internship

Founded in 1990, National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students working from within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. NLGJA has been a beacon for LGBT journalists through its education, networking and training programs – most especially its national convention, the largest gathering of its kind. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members.

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Mourning the Tragic Loss of WDBJ Reporter and Photographer

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NLGJA joins our colleagues across the country in mourning the tragic loss of WDBJ Reporter Alison Parker and Photographer Adam Ward. Journalists risk their lives every day to bring the public the most up to date news. NLGJA expresses its condolences to the families of Alison Parker and Adam Ward, and we express our sincere sympathy to the WDBJ newsroom as they struggle with their loss.

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NLGJA Recognizes 2015 Excellence in Journalism Award Winners

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NLGJA announces the recipients of its Excellence in Journalism Awards and salutes their exemplary work. The NLGJA Excellence in Journalism Awards were established in 1993 to foster and recognize excellence in journalism on issues related to the LGBT community. In addition to special recognition awards, awards will be presented for excellence in news writing, feature writing, opinion writing, blogging, network television, radio, online, HIV/AIDS coverage and student journalism.

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Bob Ross Scholarship 2015

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NLGJA-NorCal is pleased to announce its 2015 Bob Ross Student Scholarship. For the eighth year in a row, the Bob Ross Foundation has generously offered $2,500 for the winner of this scholarship. ​

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Social Media Internship

This position performs the majority of their work at the NLGJA national office, which is a shared space with other organizations. The atmosphere is business casual and friendly. Some local travel may be optional for offsite meetings, but is not a requirement. This position reports directly to the Communications & Program Coordinator or their designee.

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Candidates Sought for Chapter Leadership Positions

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Nominations Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015 Nominations are now being accepted for Chapter Presidents and Board Members. All nominees must be members in good standing for at least one year by the time of the election. Eligible members must nominate themselves. All candidates must fill out their own nomination forms. Nominations must be submitted to NLGJA Elections […]

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Jeff Truesdell

2013 to 2015 As a staff Writer for People magazine since 2005, Jeff Truesdell draws on three decades as a newspaper reporter, editor, freelancer, journalism educator and budding documentary filmmaker.

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Rick Stuckey

2013 to 2015 Rick Stuckey works at NBC Chicago and Telemundo Chicago as a videographer, video editor and live shot technician.  Rick has worked in small and medium markets including a stint in LGBT media. He is devoted to fair and accurate reporting on all issues by all media outlets.

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Sue Green

2013 to 2015 Broadcast Director susan.c.green@asu.edu Sue Green is a guest contributor to the Re:Act Blog. After working for more than two decades in the industry, she is now the Broadcast Director of the Cronkite News Service at Arizona State University and serves on both the national board of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists […]

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