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Organizations Filed Purposes: To promote and ensure fair, accurate and inclusive representation of people and events across all forms of media as a means of eliminating discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation and promoting acceptance of LGBTQ people.Over the past year, GLAAD has hosted LGBTQ strategic panels and presences during some of the most visible global convenings including the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, the Academy Awards, the Miss Universe pageant, the MAKERS conference, South by Southwest, the Country Music Association Festival, the Emmy Awards, the Grammy Awards, and the Sundance Film Festival, among others. Through this work, GLAAD ensures LGBTQ issues are top of mind for thought leaders in business, Hollywood, and social justice.

GLAAD is the world's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organization.

The GLAAD Media Institute (GMI) provides tools to effectuate positive cultural change by everyone from students, activists, and community leaders, to journalists, film producers, and corporate executives. Its three pillars include, 1) Training: Providing spokesperson and media engagement education for effective storytelling); 2) Consulting: Serving industries, corporations, and organizations positioned to take a stand for justice; and 3) Research: Fielding studies, evaluating data, and developing metrics that generate annual accountability resources such as GLAAD's Accelerating Acceptance Survey, Where We Are On TV, and The Studio Responsibility Index.

The GLAAD Media Awards is the world's most visible LGBTQ event and recognizes and honors media for fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ community members and issues affecting their lives.

GLAAD's News & Rapid Response program works with journalists and news outlets in print, broadcast, and online, as a resource for newsmakers and advocates and as a watchdog to ensure fair, accurate and unbiased reporting about LGBTQ people.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Sarah Kate EllisPresident & CEO40$383,698
Richard FerraroChief Comm. Officer40$159,627
Tamara StewartEVP of Development40$141,632
Troy StokesChief Program Officer40$134,048
Darra GordonChief Operation Officer40$85,208
Lana MooreMember-At-Large1$0
Justin TranterBoard member1$0
Thad FlorenceBoard member1$0
Anthony WatsonBoard member1$0
Tiffany R WarrenBoard member1$0
Louis VegaBoard member1$0
Samuel ThayerBoard member (End 11/18)1$0
Danny RoseBoard member1$0
Christel S MillerBoard member (Start 11/18)1$0
Alana MayoBoard member (Start 2/19)1$0
Cody LassenBoard member1$0
Our Lady JBoard member (Start 2/19)1$0
Cathy Judd-SteinBoard member1$0
Rebecca HeinemanBoard member1$0
Hannah HartBoard member (End 11/18)1$0
Ariadne GettyBoard member1$0
Jordan FudgeBoard member (Start 2/19)1$0
Christopher FraleyBoard member (End 11/18)1$0
Ariel FoxmanBoard member1$0
Amy ErrettBoard member (End 11/18)1$0
Nicole EisenbergBoard member1$0
Arjan DijkBoard member1$0
Ashley T BrundageBoard member (Start 7/19)1$0
Jonathan BeaneBoard member1$0
David HornikVice Chair, Governance1$0
Andrea HansonVice Chair, Development1$0
Ranjan GoswamiChair, Audit1$0
Seth PersilySecretary (End 2/19)1$0
Jill NashSecretary (Start 2/19)1$0
Nick HessTreasurer1$0
Pamela StewartChair1$0

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