We are thrilled to announce that the search for Q Center’s next executive leader has begun! We envision a dynamic leader who will work closely with our experienced and passionate staff, community and city leaders, sister organizations, and other stakeholders to ensure that Q Center continues to thrive as a community center bringing together LGBTQ2SIA+ people.. read more →

“At the end of the day, we have to trust that we as a community are capable of honest conversations, painful or otherwise.”  – Debra Porta, Pride Northwest Board President and Community Committee Member Q Center’s transformation is well underway and we need all hands on deck!  At the beginning of the New Year, the.. read more →

Q Center’s Board of Directors announced this week, Barbara McCullough-Jones is resigning her position effective December 30th. Q Center’s Board is in the process of considering the future of Q Center and the programs it provides to community. As a result, we have invited members of Basic Rights Oregon’s Board of Directors to join Q.. read more →

  Reid Vanderburgh is a retired therapist, living in Portland, Oregon. During his career as a therapist, he worked with over 450 clients, helping them answer the question, “How do I want to live my life?”, in the context of gender identity. He now works as a writer, educator, and consultant on issues pertaining to.. read more →