will be honored for his
successful efforts working for LGBT equality in Iowa.
Beginning as a half-time Project Coordinator for the GLBT Youth in Iowa Schools Task Force (Iowa Safe Schools) Brad also co-founded the Iowa Pride Network in 2003.
As the Executive Director of Iowa Safe Schools
In 2007, he
led a coalition of education leaders and civil rights advocates helping pass the statewide Safe Schools Law protecting all students, including those that are LGBT, from bullying and harassment.
That led to a Civil Rights Law protecting Iowans from discrimination in employment, housing, education, credit, and public accommodation based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Brad next served as Outreach & Advocacy Director with the Matthew Shepard Foundation in Denver, Colorado before returning to Iowa to serve as Campaign Director for One Iowa where he worked to protect marriage equality for all Iowans.
has just been hired to lead similar efforts as Executive Director of One Colorado
based in Denver.
Message from Campaign Director Brad Clark
Outlaws, the Iowa Student Bar Association and the College of Law Diversity Committees are proud to host Camilla Taylor of Lambda Legal, Brad Clark of One Iowa, and Johnson County Supervisor-Elect Janelle Rettig for a panel discussion.