Nina is a queer, diesel femme, an educator and a Leather Woman. A native of Baltimore, Nina is the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Leather Woman. She earned her Master's degree in Human Resource Development and now serves as an internal consultant for the DC Government. Her passion is helping employers create diverse, safe, and inclusive workplaces
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Atlantic States Gay Rodeo Association
The Atlantic States Gay Rodeo Association (ASGRA) is a 501(c)4, charitable and social organization whose primary purpose is to promote the sport of rodeo and foster country and western lifestyles in the gay and lesbian community. ASGRA members enjoy the fellowship of numerous social, recreational and educational activities.
Chesapeake Bay Bears
The Chesapeake Bay Bears is a social and service group for gay men of the bear community in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Membership driven, the group holds various fundraisers throughout each year to benefit three non-profit organizations voted upon by members. The group also holds retreats and functions for it's members, consitingly largely of plus sized and hirsuite gay and bisexual men.
District of Columbia Bear Club
The District of Columbia Bear Club (DCBC) was created to promote fellowship among bears, cubs, levi/leather and other diverse members of the District of Columbia Gay/Lesbian Community. In addition, DCBC seeks to promote better inter-club relations with local, regional, national and international bear, Levi/leather communities and to encourage a positive public image in the larger global community.
Corps of Marylanders Making A Notcible Difference
The purpose of COMMAND MC is to promote pride in the Leather Community, personally and publicly; to bring about an image of respect, responsibility and fellowship toward the leather community; and to support our community financially and actively whenever possible. COMMAND MC primarily serves the LGBT community of the Maryland area.
Joining Our Board
BHT's Board of Directors is comprised of both member clubs (who designate their representative to our board from within their membership) and elected members unaffiliated with our member clubs. Both types of members of equal privileges on our board.
Do you or your club want to join Brother, Help Thyself's Board of Directors, or want to learn more about us? Monthly board meetings are open meetings that occur at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month, except July, at Dignity Washington, 721 8th Street, SE on Barracks Row in Washington, DC. on Barrack's Row. Our meetings average an hour; but can go shorter or longer depending on any given evening's agenda. Apart from our meetings, board members might be asked to attend various community events to represent BHT or assist with BHT-sponsored fundraising event planning.
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