Association of LGBTQ Psychiatrists
Phone: 215-222-2800
Fax: 215-222-3881
4515 Chester Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143
info@aglp.org 
http://www.aglp.org/

We are a community of psychiatrists that educates and advocates on LGBT mental health issues. Our goals are to: foster a fuller understanding of LGBT mental health issues; research and advocate for the best mental health care for the LGBT community; develop resources to promote LGBT mental health; create a welcoming, safe, nurturing and accepting environment for members; and provide valuable and accessible services to our members.

Gay and Lesbian Lawyers of Philadelphia (GALLOP)
PO Box 58279
Philadelphia, PA 19102
info@galloplaw.org

The NLGJA is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students who work within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members. The issues of same-sex marriage, gay families, parenting and adoption, gays in the military, sex education in the schools, civil liberties, gay-related ballot initiatives, gay bashing and anti-gay violence are commanding media attention with regularity. NLGJA has had a positive effect on responsible gay coverage, but we still have work to do.

Independence Business Alliance (IBA)
Industrious Workspace
230 S. Broad Street, 17th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: (215) 557-0190
info@independencebusinessalliance.com
http://www.independencebusinessalliance.com/

The Independence Business Alliance (IBA) is the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Chamber of Commerce for the Greater Philadelphia region. The IBA is a membership-based business advocacy organization, dedicated to making the Philadelphia region an influential and diverse LGBT business community with an impact on economic development, equal rights and policy issues.

National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association - Philadelphia Chapter
Phone: 202-588-9888
Fax: 202-588-1818
NLGJA National Office
2120 L Street, NW Suite 850
Washington, DC  20037
info@nlgja.org
http://nlgja.org/

The NLGJA is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students who work within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members. The issues of same-sex marriage, gay families, parenting and adoption, gays in the military, sex education in the schools, civil liberties, gay-related ballot initiatives, gay bashing and anti-gay violence are commanding media attention with regularity. NLGJA has had a positive effect on responsible gay coverage, but we still have work to do.

National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association - Philadelphia Chapter
Phone: 202-588-9888
Fax: 202-588-1818
NLGJA National Office
2120 L Street, NW Suite 850
Washington, DC  20037
info@nlgja.org
http://nlgja.org/

The NLGJA is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students who work within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members. The issues of same-sex marriage, gay families, parenting and adoption, gays in the military, sex education in the schools, civil liberties, gay-related ballot initiatives, gay bashing and anti-gay violence are commanding media attention with regularity. NLGJA has had a positive effect on responsible gay coverage, but we still have work to do.


National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP)
Phone: 626 791-7689
NOGLSTP
PO Box 91803
Pasadena CA 91109
office@noglstp.org
http://www.noglstp.org/

NOGLSTP is professional society that educates and advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students and professionals in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by providing education, advocacy, professional development, networking, and peer support. We educate all communities regarding scientific, technological, and medical concerns of members of the LGBTQ community.

Out and Equal
Phone: 415-694-6500
155 Sansome Street 
Suite 450
San Franciso, CA 94104
info@outandequal.org
http://www.outandequal.org/philadelphia

Out & Equal Greater Philadelphia meets local needs to educate and empower organizations, human resources professionals, Employee Resource Groups, and individual employees through programs and services that result in workplace equity regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, expression, or characteristics. In addition to offering support for Fortune 500 companies that are evaluated by the HRC Corporate Equality Index, the Greater Philadelphia region is home to a number of large, successful corporations and businesses that are too small to be evaluated by HRC. In the Greater Philadelphia region, if you do not work for a Fortune 500 company or perhaps a large municipal government, then you may find yourself without any protection or institutional voice on your behalf. Out & Equal Greater Philadelphia will collaborate with corporations and businesses of all sizes to ensure that all employees in the Greater Philadelphia region have a local champion for workplace equity.

Out Professional Network
Phone: 888-281-9066
info@outprofessionals.org
http://www.outprofessionals.org/

As one of seven culturally distinct websites in The Professional Diversity Network, Out Professional Network provides a professional network for LGBT professionals that is far more engaging and welcoming than a typical job board. The affinity of culture shared by members encourages valuable relationships with peers and mentors who are invested in each other's success and are happy to help them improve their career skills and their access to opportunity. Out Professional Network has taken the job search from what is all too often, a lonely and discouraging experience to a communal one that motivates and inspires members along their journey to achieve their life goals.

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