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During this year's meeting, GLBLO heard from guest speaker George Walker, vice president of leadership initiatives at The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund.
Details: For more information about NLC's Constituency Group Programs and membership opportunities in APAMO, GLBLO, HELO, NBC-LEO or WIMG, contact staff at (202) 626 3169.
President Lowe and GLBLO leaders will be holding discussions on how they can support NLC's legislative agenda and also explore how they can work more closely with national organizations with similar interests.
(GLBLO); Gilbert Wong, councilmember, Cupertino, Calif.
The tour was facilitated by Orlando Commissioner Patty Sheehan, a past president of GLBLO.
Under the leadership of President Greg Pettis, mayor pro tem, Cathedral City, Calif., GLBLO will be holding its business meeting on Sunday, March 9, from 4:30 p.m.
Mayor Pro Tem Greg Pettis of Cathedral City, Calif., was elected to serve an additional year as president of GLBLO.
GLBLO members will have the opportunity to discuss the importance of involvement in the NLC steering committee process and contributing to the policy and advocacy development agenda of the organization.
GLBLO First Vice President Craig Lowe, commissioner, Gainesville, Fla., and Second Vice President Greg Lemke, councilmember, Moorhead, Minn., presided at this year's meeting.
(WIMG); Patty Sheehan, councilmember, Orlando (GLBLO); and J.
GLBLO's officers are: Greg Pettis, mayor pro tem, Cathedral City, Calif., (president); Craig Love, commissioner, Gainesville, Fla., (first vice president); Greg Lemke, councilmember, Moorhead, Minn., (second vice president); and Ed Oakley, councilmember, Dallas, (immediate past president).
GLBLO will also be hosting its annual Business Meeting on Wednesday, December 6, from 4:30 p.m.