28 F
Tysons
Friday, February 3, 2023
ArlingtonNew head of LGBT group aims to expand community reach

New head of LGBT group aims to expand community reach

Must Read

The new president of the Arlington-Alexandria Gay & Lesbian Alliance (AGLA) wants to build on past successes while also creating a bridge to the future.

“Now more than ever, AGLA can and should shine like a diamond in our community and serve as a model nationally and globally,” said T.J. Flavell, who has taken the reins of leadership from longtime president Bruce Hightower.

It is not Flavell’s first time in the post; he previously served as president and in 2018 was a recipient of the organization’s Equality Award.
The organization on Aug. 14 hosted a fund-raiser to support its Tiffany M. Joslyn Scholarship Fund, and in September will host its annual ice-cream social as a lead-in to other events.

Flavell is planning to host an “AGLA Listening Tour” at local restaurants and other venues to “hit it out of the ballpark for members and for the community-at-large.”

Sponsored

For information on the organization, see the Website at www.agla.org.

- Advertisement -

Latest News

New School Board member receives liaison assignments

New Arlington School Board member Bethany Sutton has her assignments. School Board members on Feb. 2 are expected to approve...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This