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Speakers Bureau Contacts

The Community Center often receives requests from people who are looking for speakers on a wide-range of topics. We have compiled this list from our Organizational Members as well as community members.
PFLAG
Wendy Wartes
425.483.6642
kheeta2@comcast.net

Topics: GLBT folks and parents telling personal stories and answering questions about those stories.
The Wet Spot
Aka: Seattle's Sex Positive Community Center
Allena Gabosch
206.270.9746

Director@wetspot.org
Topics: BDSM (Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission, Sadomasochism), Polyamory, Swinging, Creating Sex Positive Culture, Safer Sex and Alternative Sexuality. Most topics on sexuality, both mainstream and alternative.
Bill Dubay
206.284.1857
billdubay@aol.com

Topics: areas of political interest to GLBT issues
Legal Marriage Alliance
Roger Winters
roger@lmaw.org
lma@lmaw.org

Topics: Education and outreach about legal marriage for same-sex couples and related issues.
Senior Services
Eileen Murphy
2208 2nd Ave Ste 100
Seattle, WA 98121-2055
206.727.6235

Topics: Present a number of topics related to elders and/or caregiving.
Human Rights Campaign - Seattle
Roberta Domos
Political Co-Chair
425.882.2035
502.802.6743 - voice mail
425.882.7395 - fax

Topics: Political Advocacy for the LGBT Community; Current federal legislative goals of the LGBT Community.
Safe Schools Coalition
Speakers Bureau Contact: Kari Kesler
e-mail: training@safeschoolscoalition.org 

Topics: The Safe Schools Coalition offers 1-2.5 hour workshops for students, educators and communities entitled "Understanding and Addressing Anti-Gay Harassment and Violence in Schools" and "Understanding and Addressing Malicious Harassment and Violence in Schools." We provide speakers for student, parent and community groups and trainers for professional audiences.
     We can also offer longer, more skill-based training for schools, tailored to their specific needs regarding bullying and harassment in schools and/or sexual diversity in schools. We serve the state of Washington, but can travel elsewhere if costs are covered. Within the state, donations are encouraged, but not required.
     Check out our website for lots of info, and a listing of other local trainers: http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org 

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Seattle LGBT Community Center - 1115 East Pike Street, Seattle, WA  98122 206.323.LGBT(5428)  info@SeattleLGBT.org
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-9pm, Sunday: 11am - 8pm
(all hours are subject to volunteer staffing availability)