PRIDE 2021 Board of volunteers

The Abilene PRIDE Alliance needs volunteers who would be willing to serve on a community board. They would be directly responsible for planning and executing our events for PRIDE 2021.

We need our volunteers to be:

  • Self Motivated
  • Willing to follow directions
  • Willing to serve nicely with others
  • Able to execute functions quickly

If this sounds like you, PLEASE fill in the form below to be considered for one of 12 limited board positions for 2021 PRIDE!

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We could really use the help!

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Sam
Author: Sam

Sam is the President of the Abilene PRIDE Alliance. He is a local progressive, rural government activist and works at TRUST Web (a web design firm) as the owner. He is also co-owner of WHITL Woodworking (a jewelry manufacturer). Sam has been an avid organizer since he attended the University of North Texas studying psychology. It's a passion that followed him his entire life. He ran for the Texas House of Representatives in 2018 and again in 2020 to draw attention to the lack of education funding facing Texas and the dire situation that most rural water infrastructure was in. Sam's hometown made national news several times for the amount of lead content in their drinking water. The issue remains unaddressed. In 2019 when he was chair of Indivisible Abilene he helped to put on Abilene's largest PRIDE event to that point in two weeks on $500. Over 500 people were in attendance at Everman Park. It was this event that would lead to the creation of the Abilene PRIDE Alliance. In the fall of 2019 Sam, James, and several other LGBTQIA people held the first Abilene PRIDE alliance meetings. Since then, they have formed an online database for affirming...

3 thoughts on “PRIDE 2021 Board of volunteers”

  1. Grant Stromberg (Gigi Galore) reporting for duty in or out of Drag. I’ve always been or tried to be an advocate for LGBTQ here in West Texas and I always will be. I am not afraid to be myself, but I also don’t attempt to force anyone to change for me. I’m very much okay with setting up or working on a team for events. I also am a good go to to be the head of the spear. Whatever can make it easier for those behind me. Is this what I’m supposed to put here? I just realized this may be used for an entirely different purpose.

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