LGBT fraternity & sorority leadership conference to be hosted at Indiana University

Thu. October 14, 2010 12:28 PM by Press Release

National speakers, featured workshops and roundtable discussions train fraternity and sorority members, advisors and staff on LGBT concerns and issues

Bloomington, IN - Lambda 10 Project, an education initiative of Campus Pride focused on LGBT fraternity and sorority leadership development, will hold its third annual OUT & Greek National LGBT & Ally Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Conference on November 12-14 at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

Featured keynotes of this year's conference include "Reel Diversity" by Brian C.Johnson, "The Time Is Now" with Shane Windmeyer, The New Gay Greek" with TJ Sullivan and "Always Wear Your Head" with Tyson Wooters. Featured sessions include a "Tell Your Story" student panel of LGBT fraternity and sorority members, "Transgender 101" roundtable, "Safe Space & Inclusion in Fraternities and Sororities" by Bucknell University as well as "Bystander Behavior" with Mike Dilbeck. There will also be a special Advisors Track for Fraternity & Sorority Professionals and a showing of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt for conference participants.

"There is no other conference nationwide that offers the resources, information and networking LGBT & ally fraternity and sorority leaders need to create change,"said Natalie Shaak, national conference chair. "Each participant will return from the conference with an action plan for change and leadership, ready to tackle challenges in their fraternities and sororities, on campus and in their communities."

Registration is available online at