The Human Rights Campaign Foundation would like to thank our co-presenters, the National Education Association and the American Counseling Association, as well as our Conference Partners!
“NEA is thrilled to expand its partnership with the Human Rights Campaign and HRC’s Time 2 Thrive Conference. Together, we can provide educators with the resources they need to help LGBTQ youth thrive—in and out of school.”
--Lily Eskelsen Garcia, President, National Education Association
“For those who work with students, this conference is a must as we strive to create a more engaging, welcoming, respectful and caring environment for LGBTQ youth.”
--Richard Yep, Executive Director and CEO, American Counseling Association
"The Trevor Project is grateful to have the opportunity to partner with HRC Foundation and Time to THRIVE. We turn 20 this year, and we know there is more work to do than ever. This conference is always an incredible opportunity to connect directly with our friends in the space, and work together for a better future for all LGBTQ youth."
--Amit Paley, Executive Director, The Trevor Project
"The True Colors Fund is thrilled to continue to be a conference partner for Time to THRIVE and work together with the Human Rights Campaign Foundation to ensure that LGBT youth grow up to be the happy and healthy adults they deserve to be."
--Gregory Lewis, Executive Director, True Colors United
"We are committed to supporting and developing Great Leaders in Every School who are Committed to the Success of EACH Student. NASSP is happy to partner with HRC as we support the rights and safety of the LGBTQ community in our nation’s schools."
--Dr. Beverly J. Hutton, Deputy Executive Director, Programs and Services, National Association of Secondary School Principals
"At the Y we are committed to advance social inclusion and equity for all, especially LGBTQ+ youth and families. We are honored to work alongside the Human Rights Campaign Foundation in support of the annual Time to THRIVE Conference and our shared goal of ensuring that all LGBTQ+ youth feel safe and welcome, are able to reach their fullest potential with dignity and love, and empowered to help create communities we all want to live in; diverse, inclusive and equitable - for all.”
--Chad Nico Hiu, Director, Diversity & Inclusion, YMCA of the USA
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