Leadership

The Greater Dayton LGBT Center is lead by the Board of Directors supported by the Executive Director. The Board of Directors is a group of volunteers dedicated to supporting the LGBT community. 

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Committees

A large portion of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center's decisions are made by the individual committees outlines by the Center's constitution. These committees are owned by members of the Board of Directors. With the bylaws passed in 2020, non-board members are now able to participate in these committees. If you are interested in joining a committee, please contact us at info@daytonlgbtcenter.org, or click the button below

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee represents the Center in matters concerning with strategic oversight of meetings and projects. The Steering Committee is overseen by the Vice President and is in charge of establishing and appointing the election commission chair during election, presenting an agenda for each board and general membership meeting, determining disciplinary actions when required, and defining activities that satisfy the participation requirement of every director. 

Steering Committee

Finance and Operations Committee

The Finance and Operations Committee represents the Center in those matters concerning with budget, insurances, and the internal workings and function of the Center. The Finance and Operations Committee is overseen by the Treasurer. The committee's duties include being responsible for ensuring all financial procedures are followed, own events that are provided within the physical location of the center, and is responsible for the maintenance and upgrades of the Center. 

Finance and Operations Committee

Public Affairs Committee

The Public Affair's Committee owns and maintains all accounts and passwords of websites, profiles, and resources that directly represent The Center in the public domain. The Public Affairs Committee is owned by the Director chosen by the committee. The Public Affairs Committee owns events that are produced outside of the physical location of The Center to include cyberspace, produces, owns, and distributes electronic correspondence to include the newsletter, advertisements and promotional resources, press releases or op-ed releases. 

Public Affairs Committee

Volunteer Committee

The Volunteering Committee shall deal with staffing power of events, recruitment of new members, and general labor based on the needs of the Center. The Volunteer Committee is owned by the Director chosen by the committee and helps find, recruit, and organize the volunteers that help make The Center and its events possible. 

Volunteering Committee

Programming Committee

The Programming Committee represents The Center in matters concerning with the maintenance of regularly scheduled events and aid in any special events. The Volunteer Committee is owned by the Director chosen by the committee and is in charge of identifying programs and events that the Center can implement. 

Programming Committee

Business and Commercial Committee

The Business and Commercial Committee represents the Center in matters concerning with relationships with corporate sponsors, seeking commercial donations, and act as a liaison between the Center and local businesses. The Volunteer Committee is owned by the Director chosen by the committee. 

Business and Commercial Committee