Our Communications team gives voice and visibility to the work, values, and vision of the organization via multiple internal and external channels, online and in print. Our editorial calendar includes a regular social media presence, blog posts advancing our events and issues of concern, frequently updated website content, action alerts and position statements, press releases, biweekly e-news, and a quarterly print newsletter. We also collaborate with organizational partners and promote public education campaigns that advance equity for LGBTQ-headed families with children, as well as the many social and political issues affecting our families.
The Communications & Media Intern works directly with the Director of Communications, contributing original content to our editorial calendar, sourcing and curating relevant content to share in our social channels, and soliciting, creating, and scheduling the publication of event promotion. Ongoing editorial calendar maintenance is also supplemented by work on longer-term projects, such as management of our digital photo archive, updating and deepening online resources, and website redesign. The Director works with interns to ensure their skills and professional goals are well-aligned with the support work they undertake.
Our Family Coalition advances equity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) families with children through support, education, and advocacy.