Tag: lgbt campus

On the road again! This week, I’m speaking at: University of Louisville (KY), Hopkinsville Community College (KY), James Madison University (VA), Brandeis University (MA) and the GLSEN Boston conference (MA). Exciting.

Communications Internship for the Bi Women Quarterly

robynochs: Communications Internship for the Bi Women Quarterly Communications Internship Summer 2015  Internship Description The Bi Women Quarterly, a grassroots publication, is undergoing a strategic overhaul. As the Communications Intern, your work would be focused on this project. This offers a unique opportunity for you… Continue Reading “Communications Internship for the Bi Women Quarterly”

Communications Internship for the Bi Women Quarterly

Communications Internship for the Bi Women Quarterly Communications Internship Summer 2015  Internship Description The Bi Women Quarterly, a grassroots publication, is undergoing a strategic overhaul. As the Communications Intern, your work would be focused on this project. This offers a unique opportunity for you to… Continue Reading “Communications Internship for the Bi Women Quarterly”

Summer Internship with Robyn Ochs!

 A few photos from my visit to Marshall University in West Virginia last week. I get to meet and spend time with the most amazing people!

We’ve made amazing progress this year on the marriage equality front, as this map demonstrates. My thanks go out to every single person who spoke up, came out, rallied, wrote letters, spoke to their friends, families and coworkers, donated money to advocacy organizations and… Continue Reading “”

Here’s where I’ll be speaking during the coming week (October 27-31).  http://www.robynochs.com

This is how I’ll be celebrating Coming Out Week.  I’m fully booked for the fall, but if you’re interested in bringing me to speak on YOUR campus in the winter or spring, please get in touch: robyn@robynochs.com. 

Voter registration in Ferguson surges after Brown killing

More than 3,000 people have registered to vote in Ferguson, Mo., since the death of Michael Brown — a surge in interest that may mean the city of 21,000 people is ready for a change. Inspiring! Please read and — if you are a… Continue Reading “Voter registration in Ferguson surges after Brown killing”

Understanding Issues Facing Bisexual Americans: A well-done report created through a collaboration between  the Movement Advancement Project, BiNet USA and the Bisexual Resource Center.  Happy Bisexual Visibility Week, y’all!

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