Your example inspires me, and has inspired a nation, to place service above self for a greater good.I look forward to continuing to serve alongside you in the cause of full equality for LGBT service members, veterans, and their families – and for all those they defend.Which leaves a lot of unanswered questions, and doesn’t engender much faith in anyone moving forward.
So, Out Serve-SLDN wasn’t in dire financial straits until the past few weeks after your email calling for the board to oust Robinson went public?
That’s your argument – that Out Serve-SLDN was financially sound until just 2 weeks ago?
I am committed, through our organization’s critical period of transition and beyond, to contributing my strengths in any way I can toward the accomplishment our shared mission of full equality for LGBT service members, veterans, and their families.
I have said from the earliest days of my tenure our best future lies in entrusting this organization, its legacy, and its future to our members – to you.
The embattled executive director of the largest “gays in the military” group, Out Serve-SLDN, announced last night in an email that she’ll be resigning her post this coming Friday, July 12.