Young Professionals Council - Los Angeles LGBT Center

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Young Professionals Council

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The Los Angeles LGBT Center's Young Professionals Council (YPC) cultivates and empowers future generations of LGBT leaders and allies by fostering a culture of service, advocacy, diversity and community.

In just one year, your YPC Membership helps our:

  • Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic Provide comprehensive HIV/STI testing for two clients.

  • Homeless Youth Programs Offer 100 nutritious meals for clients at the Youth Center on Highland.

  • LifeWorks Mentoring Sponsor 3 youth to attend Models of Pride conference each year.

  • Homeless Youth Services Provide overnight shelter for 3 LGBT youth for one night

Membership benefits include:

  • Free admission to monthly YPC events;
  • Discounted tickets for Center signature events;
  • Opportunities to participate in knowledge, skill and experience building workshops and activities;
  • Curated volunteer engagements;
  • Exclusive insights and invitations to Center and community happenings;
  • Much more!

Become a YPC member today!

Membership in the YPC is open to everyone who supports the Center’s mission, who commits to a monthly donation of $25 or more.

YPC Executive Committee

Executive committee members work with the Los Angeles LGBT Center staff, Board of Directors, and other YPC members to create and manage the annual activities of the group and to cultivate and steward membership in YPC.

Executive Committee Members:

  • Jared Ross, Staff Liaison
  • Tommy Johnson, Chair
  • Chris Ayed Dukum
  • Eric Finley
  • Jaclynne Gentry
  • Alex Johnson
  • Shawn Kravich
  • Brandon Kyle
  • Zaher Lopez-Romero
  • Joe Lorenzo
  • Michelle Nguyen
  • Daniel Paress
  • Karl Puchlik
  • Andres Rigal
  • Ray Roth
  • Jeff Sheng
  • Jason Wimberly
  • Mynxii White
  • Laurie Wolff
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