Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (VGLRL) convenor Sarah Rogan has stepped down from her position.
“I’ve enjoyed my time in the role and it’s a shame to leave but I’ve got other things on the horizon and need to move on,” she told the Star Observer.
The VGLRL held a committee meeting on Tuesday to decide who will fill the role in the interim.
Rogan took on the volunteer position in early 2010. During her tenure, she took a leading role in pushing an anti-violence scheme in Brunswick and speaking out against religious exemptions in Victoria’s anti-discrimination laws.
She also wrote a regular column on behalf of the VGLRL for the Star Observer.
The VGLRL, which has been around since 1997, is also looking for new members.
Those interested in becoming involved can email email@example.com
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