Welcome to glifaa- LGBT+ Pride in Foreign Affairs Agencies! Our website is filled with resources for employees, posts, and allies, so look around a meet our team. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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Read about our Transgender Day of Visibility event here!
(January 27, 2021)glifaa proudly welcomes Secretary of State Antony Blinken into office and looks forward to working with him and the incoming leadership on fostering a diverse and welcoming workplace for LGBT+ employees domestically and abroad. We are delighted glifaa president Jeff Anderson was invited to welcome Secretary Blinken and hope this is a testament to the Department’s commitment to protection of LGBT+ people in the United States and all over the world.
In the past couple of months, glifaa took the opportunity to reflect on the needs of LGBT+ employees and family members in the Foreign Affairs Agencies, and around the world. Therefore, glifaa put together our top priorities to the new administration that will help protect our members and advance the needs of our community in the United States and beyond. We welcome you to take a read, and happy to answer questions receive comments through the glifaa board by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2020, we worked hard in order to honor our founding members and tell the story of glifaa to the best of our ability. Since March 8, 1992, glifaa was a home for many LGBT+ employees in foreign affairs agencies. We partnered with the National Museum for American Diplomacy to tell the story of glifaa: Serving with Pride- The History of LGBT+ Pride in Foreign Affairs Agencies.
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HAPPY PRIDE MONTH from glifaa!
Even though this is not your average Pride Month, we have some exciting events coming your way. Stay tuned for more information coming up very soon.
glifaa represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender personnel, their families and their allies (LGBT+) in the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Foreign Commercial Service, Foreign Agricultural Service, Peace Corps and other foreign affairs offices of the U.S. Government. Officially recognized as a State Department and USAID employee association, glifaa advances diversity and workplace equity in U.S. foreign affairs agencies and human rights for LGBT people around the world.
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