The Senior Pride Network is excited to showcase it’s newest Community Advocate: Annette Clough. Annette has been a part of LGBTQ communities since the mid-seventies and was a part of the first wave of lesbians to plan having babies. She has also been involved in Women Against Nuclear Technology, Vancouver Women’s Health Collective, SOY’s mentoring program The 519, and worked alongside Dick Moore to initiate training on inclusivity in long term care homes for LGBTQ seniors. To read Annette’s full profile please visit the SPN Website: www.seniorpridenetwork.com/community-advocates
More about SPN’s Community Advocates: The Senior Pride Network celebrates the rich history and diversity of older LGBTQ communities by profiling those who have and continue to advocate for inclusive spaces and services. Here, we promote the work of older LGBT adults and create a network where skills and experiences can be shared.
If you would like nominate someone to showcase as a Community ADvocate, please write to [email protected].