Out & Greek Institute for LGBT & Ally Fraternity & Sorority Leaders — April 10 & 11, 2015
Campus Pride is the leading national educational organization for LGBT and ally college students and campus groups. The organization initiated its Lambda 10 Project in 1996 to create visibility and support of LGBT members in fraternities and sororities. Lambda 10 works actively to develop resources and educational materials to educate on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression as it pertains to the fraternity/sorority experience. Since 2013, AFLV and Campus Pride have embarked on a strategic partnership to present the Out & Greek Institute in conjunction with AFLV West.
Friday and Saturday, April 10 -11, 2015
San Diego California at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
Registration this year will be at a special rate of $150 and will include the AFLV Student Luncheon on Saturday.
Participants will have the option of adding additional AFLV programs and activities at an additional cost, or may choose to register for the full AFLV West conference.
Click here to register for the Out & Greek Institute.
Click here to register for the full AFLV West conference.
Through the Out & Greek Institute, you can:
- Learn strategies and methods of being more LGBTQ inclusive in your chapter, campus and community
- Learn what it means to be an Ally to the LGBTQ community
- Meet other Greeks who are interested in being more LGBTQ-Friendly
- Share your story of being an ally, being LGBTQ, coming out and being Greek
- Network with other LGBTQ and ally fraternity and sorority leaders
All students and professionals attending the West Fraternal Leadership Conference are invited and encouraged to attend any of the workshops in the Out and Greek track. Likewise Out & Greek participants are welcome to attend any AFLV West conference educational workshops.
2015 Featured Speaker for the Out & Greek Institute
Jessica Pettitt – I am… Social Justice and Diversity Consultant and Facilitator
Jessica Pettitt (Delta Gamma) is the “diversity educator” your family warned you about! Jessica draws from her rich and varied experiences to conduct specialized trainings for student leaders and professionals. Her professional experiences include working in higher educational settings through Multicultural and LGBT Student Services. She has spoken professionally in academic and professional settings, has been a conference keynote speaker, and has even done stand-up comedy! Her workshops, seminars, and keynotes take participants on a journey weaving together politics, theory, current events, and story-telling with large doses of humor. Her expertise is social justice and her mission is to inspire change, dismantle oppression and recognize our privilege. She enlightens audiences about the intersections of marginalized identities including lesbian, gay, bisexual, gender fluid, queer, trans/gender variant, polyamorous and intersex.