Damie Nelson, President
I became aware of PFLAG when I taught my first out high school student; PFLAG showed me how to be supportive and advocate for the rights of LGBTQ students. I love putting my energy into PFLAG Silver City so it can continue to open hearts and minds.
Sherri Moser, Secretary
I initially learned about PFLAG when I oversaw the GLBTA office at the University of Northern Colorado. After retirement and moving to Silver City, I wanted to get involved in the community and learned of the local chapter. I am an ally and a supporter of the GLBTQ community and invite other allies to get involved with our local chapter.
Dianne Maughan, Vice President
The women's movement introduced me to many lesbian friends. Their welfare became very important to me. Recognizing the injustices confronting the LGBT community, I became involved in PFLAG. There is still much work to do.
Victoria Reece, Treasurer
When I came out at the age of fifty, PFLAG was a place for me to find support and meet new friends. I moved to Silver City from Dayton, Ohio, I was delighted to see there was already a PFLAG chapter here too.