When:
November 14, 2014 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
2014-11-14T20:00:00-05:00
2014-11-14T23:00:00-05:00
Where:
The Mezz
100 South Eola Drive
Orlando, FL 32801
USA
Cost:
$100

Please join us for a night filled with special entertainment surprises, live music, delicious hors d’oeuvres, open bars, and an exciting program including a State of the State Address by our co-founder and Deputy Director, Stratton Pollitzer. We will also be honoring our 2014 Voice for Equality honorees Dr. Kathryn Norsworthy and Ted Maines and Jeff Miller.

PROGRAM BEGINS AT 9:00p.m. | COCKTAIL ATTIRE PLEASE.

Tickets $100 or $50 with valid student ID | Sponsorship opportunities begin at $500 | eqfl.org/orlandogala.

100% of the proceeds directly benefit EQFL’s important work including our lawsuit to bring the freedom to marry to Florida.

RSVP at eqfl.org/orlandogala. For questions, call 407-376-4801.

2014 Equality Florida Greater Orlando Steering Committee:

Danny Humphress, Chair

David Baldree, Gina Duncan (EQFL Board of Directors), Scott Hewit, Nancy Jacobson, Keith Morrison, Pat Padilla, Vivian Rodriguez (EQFL Board of Directors), Michelle Stecker

Delicious hors d’oeuvres graciously provided by our amazing supporters at John Michael Weddings and Special Events.

More about our award winners:

Dr. Kathryn Norsworthy:

More about Dr. Norsworthy: Dr. Norsworthy has been a leader in Central Florida’s LGBT equality movement for more than 15 years and has played a leadership role in the passage of local pro-equality laws that have been game changers for our region and for Florida. She is a faculty member at Rollins College and a long time member of Equality Florida, including a former Gala Co-Chair. Kathryn’s strong voice and thought leadership has been vital in the passage of Orlando and Orange County’s LGBT inclusive anti discrimination laws, anti-bullying ordinance and in the passage of a domestic partner registry.

Ted Maines and Jeff Miller:

Ted and Jeff have long been powerful voices for Central Florida’s LGBT equality movement. They were founding members of the Rainbow Democratic Club, and over the years they have helped raise thousands of dollars for candidates who support equality. Ted & Jeff are also former Equality Florida Gala Co-Chairs and were critical in creating the Holocaust Memorial Center’s Upstander’s To Bullying Program which aimed to end bullying against all students including LGBT students. Ted and Jeff were named Orlando Magazine’s most powerful couple in Orlando, the first gay couple to receive that recognition.

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