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"Hudson Valley News Network" featured Pace University's Jim Stenerson in "14 Appointed to LGBTQ Advisory Board"

06/05/2018

"Hudson Valley News Network" featured Pace University's Jim Stenerson in "14 Appointed to LGBTQ Advisory Board"

Westchester County Executive George Latimer has announced the appointment of fourteen members to the LGBTQ Advisory Board.

Members of the Board include lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allies with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences.

Latimer said, “I am eager to get to work with the LGBTQ Board, to bring Westchester County up to speed on the issues that matter to the LGBTQ communities. This dynamic group of people will be tasked with making recommendations about new legislation, services, programs, funding or anything else these advisors feel is appropriate.”

Chair of the LGBTQ Advisory Board Christopher Oldi said, “The Westchester County LGBTQ Advisory Board looks forward to working with the Latimer administration on ensuring that the needs of LGBTQ Westchester residents are being met throughout the County.  The Advisory Board is committed to having open and honest conversations with the new administration in order to provide any advice, guidance or assistance that is requested of the Board.  We thank the County Executive for his commitment to LGBTQ rights, and I appreciate being appointed to the Board.”

The newly appointed LGBTQ Advisory Board members are as follows:

Jim Stenerson of Yonkers, is the Executive Director of the Faculty Center for Innovating Teaching & Professional Development at Pace University. Stenerson is also co-advisor of the College’s Gay-Straight Alliance Student Organization, and previously served on the Board of Directors for SAGE, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders.

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