free hit counters
Out for Change – QNotes

Out for Change Q&A: Anthony Dondero, Cate Eble and Ann Gonzales

Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference

In our April 12, 2013 print edition cover story, qnotes profiled 18 young LGBT professionals making a difference in their community. We’ve been publishing more in-depth questionnaires from our young leaders. Today, we learn more about student Anthony Dondero, non-profit staffer Cate Eble and entrepreneur Ann Gonzales.

Out for Change Q&A: Amos Cooper, Jr., Out! Raleigh

Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference

QNotes’ April 13, 2013, print edition cover story, “Out for Change: Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference,” profiled 18 young leaders. Each day we’ve been publishing more in-depth profiles of each so you can get to know them better. Today, we feature Amos Cooper, Jr., of the LGBT Center of Raleigh.

Out for Change Q&A: Rebecca Chapin, LGBT Center of Raleigh

Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference

QNotes continues profiling young LGBT leaders in our April 12, 2013, print edition cover story, “Out for Change: Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference.” Each day, we’ll publish an in-depth profile. Today, we feature Rebecca Chapin of the LGBT Center of Raleigh.

Out for Change Q&A: O’Neale Atkinson, Time Out Youth

Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference

Starting today, qnotes will feature more in-depth profiles of the 18 leaders featured in our April 12, 2013, print edition cover story, “Out for Change: Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference.” Today, we start with O’Neale Atkinson, director of youth programs at Time Out Youth, vice president of the Charlotte Business Guild.

Out for Change: Young LGBT professionals making a difference

A new generation of leaders are taking the reins. Whether they work from an Uptown tower or other corporate digs, a small-town city council or the offices of a community non-profit, the more than dozen young people profiled in this issue are among some of the brightest and most visionary young leaders under 35.