Board of Trustees & Advisory Council

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Board of Trustees

Jane Clementi

Jane Clementi co-founded the Tyler Clementi Foundation she wants to make sure that our society learns the consequences of discrimination and bullying, as she learned all too personally through the loss of her son. A native of New Jersey and devoted mother of three sons, Jane speaks passionately to parents and community leaders about the need to not merely “accept” or “tolerate” children who come out as LGBTQ+, but to embrace them as wondrous creations of God. Jane speaks on the need for parents of LGBTQ+ children to come out and speak openly of the love they have for their children, and in doing so each one of us can impact the world around us and create accepting environments. Since losing Tyler, Jane’s spiritual journey has continued to carry and transform her in ways she never would have imagined. She left her church home of many years because she felt that while sitting in the pews of a church that condemned LGBTQ+ people she was herself a bystander to bullying. Jane leads an inspirational life through her unique experience which she shares with other parents, and speaks passionately about the need to divorce the concept of “sin” from homosexuality. She has made difficult choices in an impossible situation, and leads by example. She has spoken out in support of LGBTQ+ rights and the need for families and communities to embrace their LGBTQ+ populations. Jane has spoken before the U.S. Congressional HELP Committee, the National Cathedral, and numerous other faith communities, colleges, universities, high schools, and workplaces.

Joseph Clementi

As a co-founder of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, Joseph Clementi has worked tirelessly to share the story of his personal loss with public audiences at a variety of organizations. Joseph is the proud father of Tyler Clementi, and the loss of his son has put Joseph’s life on a course of activism for LGBTQ+ and vulnerable youth across the United States. Having come of age in an era where the capabilities of modern technology (social networking websites, webcams, cell phones, camera phones, etc.) didn’t exist, Joseph had his entire world changed when he learned of the ways in which technology intensifies and exacerbates the issues around youth bullying. Additionally, Joseph has been affected in a very personal manner by the ways in which targeting someone because of their sexual orientation can be especially harmful to the victim. Joseph is speaking out because he wants to use his experience as an educational tool and a way to help reach other people who struggle with feeling isolated, uncared for or misunderstood in schools and homes, the areas where they should feel most valued. The primary message that he wants to spread is his goal of turning “Bystanders into Upstanders.” His view is that there are three people involved in any type of bullying situation: the bully, the victim, and the bystander who sees it but does nothing to help. Joseph wants to share his message that bystanders to hostile behavior have an obligation to get involved and defend those who are targeted. Joseph has spoken out at a number of institutions, including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Long Island Child Abuse Protection Services, Rutgers University 2011 Symposium and CONTACT We Care Suicide Hotline’s 2012 Annual Gala.

Alan S. Buie-King

Alan S. Buie-King is the president and chief operating officer of Workplace Options, a global employee well-being company providing emotional, physical, and practical support to more than 46 million people worldwide. He is highly regarded as an innovator and visionary by the international business community for his professional accomplishments, and known as a champion of social and political progress by the LGBTQ+ community for his efforts to advance an equal rights agenda. Living in North Carolina, Alan is a founding member of both the LGBTQ+ Center of Raleigh, the largest community organization of its kind in the state, and Out! Raleigh, one of the Southeast’s largest celebrations of LGBTQ+ life. He is also currently on the board of Equality NC, a statewide organization dedicated to securing equality and justice for LGBT people.

Danielle Malloy

Danielle Malloy as Director of Marketing Solutions for Brand Partnerships at Chegg, Inc., Danielle Malloy is responsible for developing digital and experiential programs that connect Fortune 500 brands with the youth market, particularly high school and college students. Chegg is the leading digital platform dedicated to helping millions of students succeed from the moment they start thinking about college through the time they land their first job out of college. Danielle thrives on leveraging data and insights about what matters most to students to help advertisers establish meaningful and mutually rewarding connections with them online and on campus. In 2016, she worked with the Tyler Clementi Foundation and Rutgers University to promote the #Day1 campaign by producing and delivering 5,600 boxes of first-year essentials to incoming freshmen. The #Day1 box included items sourced from Chegg’s brand partners, #Day1 promotional materials, and information about various resources at Rutgers University to help new students transition to college.

Bert Orlov

Bert Orlov is a Director in the Health Care Services Group with nearly 30 years of experience as a management consultant in the industry. He specializes in strategy, transactions, business planning, and operations for physician groups and hospital systems, as well as not-for-profits. He also has developed interests in evaluating investment opportunities for P-E firms and designing medical cost management (and value-based contracting).

Previously, Bert was a Partner in the boutique firm of Integrated Healthcare (IHC). His other work at IHC included valuations and deal structuring for acquisitions and Joint Ventures in radiation therapy, ambulatory surgery, and general imaging; turn-around efforts for physician groups, hospital-physician practices and nursing homes, as well as the creation of new physician groups in the community; and development of hospital employment models of physicians.

Bert began his career in health care with APM Management Consultants, focusing on strategy for hospitals and academic medical centers and physician-hospital linkages. Thereafter, he was Director of Operations for the Healthcare Business Process Outsourcing, a division of Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC). This division served managed care plans with a full-service back-office solution, based on proprietary software. Bert has been published in books and articles.

Chad Nico Hiu

Chad Nico Hiu [@chadnico] is a Hawaii-born student of the world, aspiring anti-racist, and Senior Vice President for Strategy, Equity, and Impact with the YMCA of San Francisco (YSF). In this role, he serves as a catalyst, ensuring continuous strategic alignment and impact – grounded in community needs and input – across all areas of the Ys work from operations and people services to advancement. He leads a team facilitating YSF’s strategic planning process, driving global, diversity, equity, and inclusion (GDEI) efforts, and fostering sustainable organizational change focused on collaboration and impact. Chad facilitated the co-creation of YSF’s 2030 Vision; ‘where you can be, belong, and become’ – with over 1000 staff, members, youth, and volunteers providing input. This process also yielded YSF’s new mission, ‘to build healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities for all generations’, as well as strengthened organizational values and impact pillars that will guide YSF’s work for the next decade and beyond. 

Previously, Chad served with the YMCA of the USA (Y-USA) Global, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (GDEI) team in Chicago for ten years, most recently as Senior Director of Diversity & Inclusion where he helped to build local, state-wide, national, and global capacity to engage diverse, vulnerable, underserved and marginalized communities, co-led Y-USA’s GDEI strategy and network, and integration of diversity, equity and inclusion policies, practices and programs towards community bridge building and social cohesion for all in the 10,000 communities the Y serves across the U.S. Prior to that, he served as Director of International Operations & Youth Exchanges for the YMCA of Greater New York, where he was part of an era of dynamic growth in cultural exchanges, collaborations, and global education/inclusion programming. Chad holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services Administration & Youth Development and a Master’s degree in Organizational Management and Leadership from Springfield College in Massachusetts and a Global Studies Certificate from the University of Pittsburgh.  

Chad currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Tyler Clementi Foundation, dedicated to ending online and offline bullying, harassment, and humiliation, and on Y-USA’s Strategic Planning Advisory Committee. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for Howard Brown, one of the nation’s largest LGBTQ+ health care networks, and Chicago Fair Trade supporting workers rights and global social responsibility, has traveled to 40 countries on almost every continent of the world, participated in the globally recognized Semester at Sea study abroad program, volunteered with the CASA YMCA youth shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, represented Y-USA in global settings and the World YMCA at the United Nations. He helped launch the Ys inaugural partnership with the Biden Foundation advancing LGBTQ+ inclusion and equity across 19 states, and served as a policy volunteer with the Biden/Harris 2020 Campaign. He has lived in Hong Kong for two years, provided voter engagement support to various political campaigns, and served as Youth Director with the YMCA of Honolulu. Chad can be reached at and lives in San Francisco, California with his husband of twelve years.  

Scott Lowell

Scott Lowell is best known for his roles on television as Ted Schmidt in Showtime’s popular, critically acclaimed, and groundbreaking series Queer As Folk (for which he was twice nominated for a Prism Award) as well as his portrayal of Dr. Douglas Filmore on the long-running series Bones. Mr. Lowell was born in Denver and raised in the suburbs of New Haven, Connecticut. He majored in theater at Connecticut College and upon graduating he moved to Chicago, where over the course of a decade he immersed himself in the local theater scene, including performances at the famed Steppenwolf and Goodman theatres.

Scott moved to Los Angeles in 1998 and quickly found himself in guest roles on sitcoms, including a favorite turn on Frasier. In 2000 he landed the role of the luckless Ted on Queer As Folk and spent the next five years shuttling back and forth between LA and Toronto, where the series was filmed. Along with Queer as Folk and Bones, he has appeared in a number of independent films and television series including NCIS:NOLA, I’m Sorry,The Fosters, CSI, Castle, CSI:NY, NCIS, Heroes, Criminal Minds, Leverage and various voices in the animated series American Dad.

In 2014-15 Scott made his Broadway and West End (London) debuts in the hit revival of The Elephant Man starring Bradley Cooper and Patricia Clarkson.

Most recently Scott has written, produced and starred in the first season of the award-winning Adoptable!, a comic fake documentary loosely based on the actual search for his birth parents and his life as an adult adoptee.

Scott remains a passionate voice for equality and speaks for many causes relating to the LGBTQ+ and Adoption communities whenever he can. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY

Hayley Berlent

Growing up in South Africa, Hayley saw the effects of social injustice firsthand — and the power that a fierce passion and shared purpose can have in bringing about positive social change. It was this discovery early in life that inspired her to pursue her passion for telling stories and driving action, ultimately founding the Additive Agency.

Under the banner of Additive, Hayley and team have led brand engagements for clients as diverse as Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), the City of Memphis, Child Mind Institute, Columbia Alumni Association, Harlem Children’s Zone, The Jed Foundation, Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care, La Jolla Playhouse, Mouse, New 42, NYU School of Medicine, Mercy Corps, Syracuse University and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 

Prior to founding Additive, Hayley led large-scale brand transformation efforts at Siegel+Gale for clients such as the Y (YMCA), Aetna, Rotary International and Memorial Sloan Kettering, as well as launched new brands, such as Understood and Life Tuner (by AARP). She also developed corporate social responsibility programming benefitting social enterprises in Africa and Asia.

Previously, Hayley managed public affairs at Columbia University, where she was responsible for protecting and promoting the reputation of the Law School, its faculty and programs. Additionally, the first years of her career were spent working with advocacy and affinity groups to shape the conversation around infectious diseases and destigmatize issues like depression.

Hayley currently teaches a graduate class, “Purpose Driven Communications,” at Columbia University, and lives in Brooklyn, NY with her family. 

Celena Green

Celena Green is a mission-driven leader, tech founder, and global champion for economic empowerment. An expert in helping companies and organizations achieve results in order to grow, She has spent her career supporting social enterprises and small businesses as they build capacity, secure funding, and plan for succession. My current work leverages technology to increase financial inclusion and create parity for workers around the world.

Through her fintech/future-of-work startup ProsperWorks, she is currently developing tools to operationalize shared prosperity and empower workers to capture the value they generate for companies. Whether she is helping a CEO come up with new ways to incentivize employee performance, developing a succession plan for a small business, or helping workers quantify the value of their improvements and contributions to the workplace, she is working to advance economic empowerment and business sustainability through the principles of shared prosperity.

By creating transparency between workers and the companies they run, more and more workers get to share in the success they helped to create. By creating sensible succession plans, gain-share programs, and employee ownership, those same companies can remain in operation for years to come. As CEO of ProsperWorks, she is working to transform the fundamental social contract between employees and employers, which could ultimately change the face of capitalism as we know it.

Joseph Summerill

Joe Summerill is an attorney specializing in contracts and grants with the U.S. Federal Government. He is a graduate of Colby College (BA); the University of New Hampshire School of Law (JD); and the George Washington University School of Law (LLM).  Before going into private practice, Joe represented the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Defense before the U.S. General Accounting Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC.

Joe has also spent over a decade assisting non-profits which improve the lives of LGBTQ+ individuals and families in roles such as Board Chair; Fund Raising Chair; and Committee Volunteer.  His priorities include helping LGBTQ+ families adopt children and supporting youth through anti-bullying programs; leadership programs; and scholarship programs. Before joining the TCF Board of Trustees, Joe volunteered with the Fundraising and Development Committee raising funds through peer-to-peer efforts; the Kindness Campaign; and the Upstander Legacy Celebration.  

Joe lives with his husband and their teenage son in the San Francisco Bay Area. He both writes and speaks on his experiences as a gay father.


Brian Sims

Brian Sims is a retired legislator, distinguished civil rights advocate, and public policy expert from Philadelphia, PA. A 5-term member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Sims became the first out LGBT member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly when he was elected in 2011 and served in various leadership roles during his 10 years in office, including Chairing the State System of Higher Education Caucus and the LGBTQ+ Equality Caucus. 

Today he serves as the Managing Director of Government Affairs and Public Policy at Out Leadership in Manhattan. He has extensive experience lecturing internationally to corporations and universities about the policy and legal implications of diversity and the modern LGBTQ+ civil rights movement. 

In addition to serving in the House, Sims, who is the former Staff Counsel for Policy and Planning at the Philadelphia Bar Association, served as Special Counsel to the Philadelphia-based law firm of Saul Ewing LLP and has served on a number of non-profit & public interest Boards. 

Prior to taking public office, Sims was a member of the National Campaign Board of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund and Chairman of the Gay and Lesbian Lawyers of Philadelphia. He also instructed and lectured regularly at the Center for Progressive Leadership. 

He holds a bachelor of science degree from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, a Juris Doctor degree in International and Comparative law from the Michigan State University College of Law, and completed Fellowships at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government in 2013 and Stanford’s Graduate School of Business in 2018. 

In 2000, Sims, the son of two retired Army lieutenant colonels, came out to his football team after helping to lead them to the Division II national championship game as their captain. He remains the only former NCAA football captain to have ever come out, and is one of the most notable collegiate athletes to do so in any sport. 

He has served on the Boards of the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation, Campus Pride, and the GLSEN Sports Advisory Council and as a contributor to The Huffington Post, The Advocate, and Sims also appeared regularly on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” “The Rachel Maddow Show,” and “The Ed Show” as well as NPR’s “Fresh Air with Terry Gross,” and “Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane.”

Matthew Repking

Matt Repking leads the financial services and insurance vertical for LinkedIn Sales Solutions.  Since its inception in 2021, coverage of the industry has nearly tripled with Matt’s organization managing LinkedIn’s relationships with most of the world’s largest financial institutions, including banks and asset and wealth managers. He has twenty-seven years of experience in sales and sales leadership. The bulk of his career has been spent attached to the financial services industry, including time leading global sales training for several businesses at JP Morgan, and leading the financial services practice for a boutique consulting firm. Matt has been with LinkedIn since 2018 and is passionate about helping clients grow their revenues and assets by leveraging the power of the LinkedIn platform. He has done business in dozens of countries around the world. Matt grew up in Missouri and has lived in Chicago, London, and San Francisco.  Matt currently resides in New York where he splits time between the city, the Hudson Valley, and his beloved Cherry Grove. Matt came out professionally in the early 2000s and is passionate about LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace and bringing your whole self to work. Most recently, Matt led external partnerships for out@in, LinkedIn’s LGBTQ+ ERG, where he collaborated with organizations such as Lesbians Who Tech, Out Leadership, Open for Business, and the Ali Forney Center.   

Tristan Kirk

Tristan is an Associate at Winston & Strawn LLP. He defends employers against a wide array of employment claims in both class/representative actions and single-plaintiff matters. Tristan also handles matters in arbitration and those brought before the NLRB, DFEH, and the California Labor Commissioner. He is a member of the firm’s Videogame, Gaming and Esports Group dedicated to providing comprehensive legal solutions to companies in these industries. He has experience conducting investigations into allegations of discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation. Tristan regularly advises clients on a broad spectrum of employment issues including laws related to independent contractor/employee distinctions, hiring and discharging employees, protecting trade secrets, drafting/enforcing non-competes, reasonable accommodation efforts, and the myriad of California and federal protected leaves. He also drafts and revises employment contracts, severance/settlement agreements, employee handbooks, and workplace policies.

Kenya Simon

A seasoned strategic partnerships leader, Kenya has specialized in client relations and community engagement across various industries, including music, fashion, and business for over 15 years. Throughout her career her passion for–and leadership in–diversity and inclusion brought her to her most recent position at Out Leadership where she served as Director of Member Experience managing over 100+ global corporate partnerships in key markets around the world. Kenya has also held key positions at PwC, managing the client entertainment and client experience program, while also being a leader within their global LGBTQ+ network. Prior to that, she accrued over a decade of experience in the Music and Entertainment industry, specializing in A&R management and music licensing, receiving multiple RIAA plaques for her contributions to acclaimed albums. Recently Kenya has begun to explore new opportunities, including joining the board of the Tyler Clementi Foundation where she leverages her expertise to contribute to TCF’s mission of putting an end to bullying in schools and workplaces. Additionally, as an experienced public speaker, Kenya is often booked for corporate and community events where she engages audiences by sharing her professional insights and advocating for equality across all dimensions of diversity. Originally from New Jersey, Kenya holds a B.A. in Music Industry and Public Relations from Monmouth University. She has called New York City home for almost two decades and, beyond her professional accomplishments, continues to indulge in her passion for the arts, enjoys exploring new destinations through travel, and cherishes quality time with family and friends.


Nellie Fitzpatrick

Nellie Fitzpatrick is a seasoned trial attorney with extensive experience assisting individuals and organizations in times of crisis. Nellie currently represents clients nationwide in the diverse and quickly evolving field of data privacy and information security liability. Beginning their career as a Philadelphia prosecutor, Nellie has a wealth of experience in having successfully litigated numerous high-stakes cases during their tenure as an Assistant District Attorney in the Family Violence and Sexual Assault Unit of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.  Nellie has also represented survivors of sexual assault in civil litigation across the United States.

Nellie also brings a breadth of experience of advising and counseling individuals, organizations, and agencies on matters ranging from navigating legal and government systems to pressing human and civil rights issues.  Nellie was appointed by two Philadelphia Mayors to cabinet level positions, and, following their government service, they have served as a trusted advisor to numerous elected officials; private and non-profit sector leaders; local, state, and federal law enforcement officers; and healthcare professionals.

Nellie is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  They currently serve on the Board of Directors of The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium.


Advisory Council

Peter Drake

Peter Drake graduated from Stanford University and Stanford Business School, and owned a consulting firm serving non-profit board and staff leadership for many years. He also worked in banking, marketing, and real estate. Peter has served on over 10 non-profit boards, and now volunteers through his COIL Foundation ( He came out in 2009 as a gay man after a long straight marriage, and has two adult children, both of whom are gay. Peter has appeared on the Dr. Oz show, testified in the California State Senate, and currently serves on the board of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, the Grace Cathedral, and TurnOut. He was a trustee of the Tyler Clementi Foundation. He is now the inaugural member of the TCF Advisory Council. Along the way, his passion for music led him to envision “Tyler’s Suite,” and he was central to commissioning this powerful song cycle. Peter is newly married to Jared Moreno Drake; they make their home in the San Francisco Bay Area, and travel extensively.


Scott F. Leibowitz, MD

is the Medical Director of Behavioral Health Services for the THRIVE gender and sex development program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH. He is also Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Ohio State University College of Medicine.  Dr. Leibowitz is a Native New Yorker, attended Cornell University for undergraduate studies, Sackler School of Medicine in Tel Aviv, Israel for medical school and ultimately completed his child and adolescent psychiatry training at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School where he first developed a psychosocial assessment and treatment clinic in 2008 in coordination with the hospital’s Gender Management Service- the first formal, multidisciplinary clinic for transgender youth in an American children’s hospital. He subsequently moved to Chicago and served in the Gender & Sex Development at Lurie Children’s Hospital before taking on his current role. He is currently the co-chairman of the Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Issues Committee for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, a member of the Global Education Initiative for the World Professional Association of Transgender Health, and was appointed Chapter Lead for the Adolescent Assessment chapter in the upcoming revision of the WPATH Standards of Care, 8th edition. He is the lead child and adolescent trainer for the WPATH Global Education Initiative, where he has led trainings on transgender youth care both nationally and internationally including in Japan and Vietnam.  He also served as an expert witness in 2016 for the United States Department of Justice in its legal action against the State of North Carolina for its anti-transgender HB2 bill as well as an ACLU 2017 federal case in Pennsylvania on school bathroom use, for which the ruling was in favor of transgender youths’ rights.


Trisha Prabhu

is an 18-year-old innovator and Founder & CEO of ReThink, a social enterprise that’s working to end online hate and make the Internet a safer place. Spurred to action by the cyberbullying-related suicide of a 12-year-old girl, Trisha invented a proactive solution, ReThink: an award-winning, patented technology solution that detects and stops online hate before it occurs. Trisha’s work has been recognized by The White House, Google, MIT, and WebMD, and featured on ABC’s Shark Tank, and TED/TEDx stages. At President Obama’s invitation, Trisha was selected as one of few entrepreneurs in the world to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University. ReThink works closely with the U.S. State Department’s ShareAmerica program, and as a result, ReThink is now available in 3 languages and has reached over 5.5 million students and 1400 schools. In 2017, Trisha was elected the first female Youth Governor of Illinois in 28 years. She is pursuing an undergraduate degree at Harvard University and continuing her passion for innovation at the intersection of technology and society to make the world a better place.


Kevin Carroll

Kevin Carroll, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management, has been working with a small and select number of ultra-high net worth families and individuals across the country, customizing comprehensive wealth management solutions since 2001. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Kevin was at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management for over 12 years, where he was selected for a seat on their prestigious Leadership Council.

Kevin hails originally from the Midwest, where he grew up in Chicago. He obtained his undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Notre Dame and upon graduation immediately went to work for PricewaterhouseCoopers. At PwC for 5 years, he was promoted along the way to a manager, covering a variety of Fortune 500 accounts as a CPA. Kevin then opted to pursue business school and obtained his MBA from Wharton.

Kevin is charitably very active. In addition to TCF and having served on the Facing History & Ourselves Chicago Advisory Board for over 10 years, Kevin currently serves on the boards of NOVA Hope for Haiti and The Chris Lary Memorial Fund, which is part of the Alliance for Catholic Education at Notre Dame. He is a resident of Manhattan and makes his home in the West Village.

David Key

David Key is a native of Georgia and an ordained Southern Baptist pastor who has advocated for LGBTQIA+ equality for over two decades.  He is the founding pastor of the multi-denominational Lake Oconee Community Church, the first welcoming and affirming church in the unincorporated rural Southern United States.  While as pastor of that church, Key has served on the DNC Interfaith Outreach, PETE for America Faith outreach and Joe Biden Faith Council. He is also a member of American United Faith Leaders Council and Faith in Public Life Georgia Leadership Council. 

For seventeen years, Key was the Director of Baptist Studies at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. During those years, he developed the Baptist Studies Program into one of the first welcoming and affirming places for Baptist students in ministerial training. He served as co-coordinator of Jimmy Carter’s New Baptist Covenant shifting that organization to be more welcoming of the LGBT community. He hosted the first openly transgendered minister to speak at Candler. He hosted the first National RISE Network for evangelical pastors with Brandan Robertson. Politically, he organized with Georgia Equality and Faith in Public Life to defeat the 2015 Religious Liberty bill in Georgia state legislature. From Georgia, he worked on the efforts around the SCOTUS Marriage Equality decision in 2014 and 2015. He is the former national chair and vice-chair of AWAB (the Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists) and was a member of the Baptist World Alliance Theological Commission.

In 1990s, in addition to his work at Emory, Key was the Religious Advisor to Jane Fonda and her efforts at preventing teen pregnancies in Georgia through GCAPP. He was the Vice President of the Christian Council of Metropolitan Atlanta and the Treasurer of the Georgia Christian Council. He was also the President of the Georgia Interfaith Alliance and former Chair/Interim Executive Director of Georgians for Children. Key served on founding committee of and later as adjunct professor at Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology. He looks forward to working with the Clementi Foundation in its outreach efforts among the religious communities.

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