Issue:  Vol. 47 / No. 49 / 7 December 2017
 

SF LGBT Center welcomes new additions

The San Francisco LGBT Community Center is seeing some new faces.

Tony Moraga (pictured at left) has joined the center as a consultant for their small and microenterprise program for the next few months.

Moraga was previously general manager for the Golden Gate Business Association, the country’s first LGBT Chamber of Commerce.

He’s worked with local entrepreneurs to start, grow, and sustain their businesses, and, according to the center’s latest newsletter, “Tony strives to empower those around him to create their own success.”

To arrange for a one-on-one meeting or to find out about upcoming workshops, e-mail Moraga at tonym@sfcenter.org.

Besides new staff, the center’s also welcoming two new tenants. One is the All Family Project, which promotes awareness and understanding of same-sex couples and their families.

The group’s website is still pretty bare, but their Facebook page says their products include a coffee table book of photographic essays, billboards, and open forums featuring same-sex couples.

Another new tenant is Freedom From Tobacco, which works to raise awareness within the LGBT community of the link between homophobia and our high rate of smoking.

— Seth Hemmelgarn, February 17, 2011 @ 2:42 pm PST
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