Mom & Dad, Best Friend, Bosom Friend, Close Friends, Exercise/Workingout, GoPride.com, Helping others to impact their neighborhood, Wine, Music, Listening, Reading, Traveling, Dining, Meeting New People, Trader Joe's, Mame, Karen Walker, Chicago Lost & Found; Interfaith House; Chicago House; C.A.P.S; Brent Corrigan; Ronnie Kroell; Miss Foozie; Amy & Freddy; Chicago's Gay Men’s Chorus; Equality Illinois; Lakeview Pantry; Test Positive Aware Network; AIDS Foundation of Chicago; the Andersonville community; EdgeAlliance; RL; Vital Bridges; Howard Brown; Adventrek; a favorite Chicago restaurant, Home Bistro (HB) Grey Goose, and cute guys! (Of course!)
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New York's DJ Scotty Thomson, Crystal Lewis, Everything But The Girl, Prince, Sade, Amy Armstrong and (Piano instructor,) Freddy Allen, Daniel Letterle, Billie Holliday, Stevie Wonder, Scisor Sisters, Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Bjork, DJ Junior Vasquez, DJ David Morallis, George Michael, George Acasta, Yo-Yo Ma, Phil Keaggy, Ibiza, Daft Punk, Sarah Brightman, DJ Escape, DJ Tiesto, DJ Ralphi Rosario, DJ Abel, DJ Tony Moran, DJ Lydia Prim, DJ Hex Hector, DJ Manny Lehman, DJ Joe Bermudez, DJ Susan Morabito, DJ Chris Cox, DJ Mike Cruz, DJ Joe Gauthreaux, DJ Tracy Young, Chicago's dJR, and DJ Phil DaBeatz, Pet Shop Boys, Sigur Ros, Eiddel 65, Sting, Trance, Janet Jackson, Lauryn Hill, Steven Curtis Chapman, Michael Jackson, K.D. Lang, ABBA, Bob Fitts, Itzhak Pearlman, George Winston, House, and Dave Matthews band, and DJ Alyson Calagna
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Bill Pritchard, Sr Vice President Community Affairs GoPride Corporation
Seattle native, Bill Pritchard serves as Senior Vice President of Community Affairs for GoPride Corp; with sites in Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington DC, and its flagship site, ChicagoPride.com.
His Make A Difference Campaign is one that the GoPride Corporation believes we can all take part in; by investing in our teachers, latte makers, and taxi drivers, to impacting our loved ones, bank tellers, and friends. Bill’s live to give mission pushes him to communicate this lifestyle to non-profit organizations, and Fortune One Hundred companies.
Affectionately known as the Mayor of Boystown, the first officially recognized gay village in the United States, Bill Pritchard has earned the respect and admiration of business owners and organizations in the city of Chicago and the national LGBT community.
Producing, directing, promoting and hosting events around the country have secured Bill’s reputation for consistency and creativity - making him extremely successful at every event in his charge.
Bill sits on the Board of Directors of Interfaith House, an organization committed to addressing the challenges of homelessness in Chicago. Bill enjoys hosting cocktail parties, collecting art, time with his friends and family; spending time in his hometown of Seattle.
The GoPride.com Network is a one-stop portal to local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities nationwide. The network offers news, featured columnists, social networking and an unmatched national resource of gay-owned and gay-friendly restaurants, clubs, bars and entertainment venues in its network of cities.
ChicagoPride.com is the leading new media company and the most visited and frequented web-based resource (Alexa) serving Chicago's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community which connects thousands of users online and on mobile devices to the news, information and entertainment relevant to them. ChicagoPride.com is part of the GoPride.com Network, a national LGBT brand which serves as a valuable distribution channel. Using real-time data and exclusive web and social marketing tools, ChicagoPride.com assists organizations and advertisers in developing dynamic and successful marketing strategies to reach Chicago's LGBT community.
About Interfaith House
Interfaith House fills what was a service gap in the network of groups addressing the challenges faced by the Chicago area's homeless population. They help men and women with medical recovery needs that cannot be appropriately addressed in a shelter environment.
Serving the Chicago gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.
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