Tuesday, November 16, 2010


Welcome to PrideWorks

PrideWorks, which recently incorporated and is in the process of obtaining its nonprofit 501c3 status, produces an annual conference for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth and their allies, and which attracts almost 500 attendees each year.


PrideWorks’ mission is to inform our communities about the realities of growing up gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, and to inspire them to respect and support LGBT people and to advocate for positive change.


Want to join our email list?  Text 'PRIDEWORKS' at 22828 and follow the simple instructions!



PrideWorks To Be Honored

David Diamond and Mathew Thoennes of PrideWorks will be honored by GLSEN Hudson Valley with the 2014 Youth and Adult Leadership Award to be presented during their annual Awards Dinner to be held Thursday, May 1, 2014 starting at 6:30 PM at the DoubleTree Hotel, Tarrytown, NY. Both are being honored for their leadership in the transition of PrideWorks to an independant not-for-profit organization. Tickets may be purchased

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Endorsed By

National Association of Social Workers, Westchester Division


PFLAG Westchester


GLSEN Hudson Valley




2014 Conference Committee

PrideWorks Board

David Diamond

Matt Thoennes

Carol Fessler



David Juhren


My Sister's Place

Eva Dolgin


Center Lane

Santo Barbagiovanni

Claire Spelkoman



J.R. Cehonski

Amy Cermele


With Assistance From

Pace University

Cornell Craig

Harrison C. Davies

Robert-Thomas Jones

Lisa Bardilll Moscaritolo, PhD

Edwin Xavier Rodriguez

James Stenerson, PhD


Sponsored By

Westchester Pride Coalition


Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rockland


Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Weber


Lourdes Font


The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Briarcliff, Croton and Ossining


First Unitarian Society of Westchester


Community Unitarian Church of White Plains


In Memory of Dennis Aiello


Westchester County


David Diamond


Mathew Thoennes




James Hyer


Linda Barat


PFLAG Rockland County