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Review for Gay-Straight Alliance Network, San Francisco, CA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

My experience with GSA Network has been incredible, and life changing to say the least, from the moment I started working with them. I knew little about myself, and found myself into a depression where the internet was my only escape away from the oppression I had at home and in my hometown. It was through there that I heard about Day of Silence, Harvey Milk Day, and this grand organization called Gay-Straight Alliance Network. In the spring time, I applied to an event called GAYLA, and surprisingly was accepted. I knew nobody from the moment I came in, and four days later left knowing more about myself than I ever had, as well as with life long friendships. Few months later, I was asked to be a regional trainer, as well as sent a board of directors application, and my expectations for myself went flying for the roof. GSA Network does everything possible to make sure transportation is available for you, as well as moving any accommodations needed for you to understand what is going on at the time. Gay-Straight Alliance Network is a really great and empowering non-profit, especially the diversity it has and I cannot wait to see how even greater it turns out to be in the future!!

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Teens' lives: having the knowledge of power, rights as an LGBT student or ally.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

reach out to the less represented areas of California

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Other non-profits via Internet

What is its top priority in the long run?

Empowering and educating youth

Role:  Board Member