FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Q Center’s Logan Lynn Accepts Position as Communications Director for Trillium Family Services
October 1, 2014 – Portland, OR.
On Friday, October 10th, 2014 Q Center’s longtime Public Relations & Innovations Manager, Logan Lynn, will leave Q Center to assume a new role as Communications Director for Trillium Family Services, Oregon’s largest provider of mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families.
Logan started his tenure with Q Center in June of 2010 and has overseen all media relations and communications for the organization since that time. Lynn has created and managed many successful programs like Queer Heroes NW, the Q Center Concert Series, QBlog and the Inter-Community Dialogue Project.
Thanks to his efforts over the past four and a half years, Queer Heroes NW is one of our most dynamic offerings, the Concert Series has brought in countless internationally-known LGBTQ artists, comedians and musicians, QBlog has become Q Center’s primary communications tool (receiving over 14 million hits annually from 150,000+ readers) and real, lasting community change has come by way of the deep dialogues he has shepherded. These, and the many other success stories from Logan Lynn’s time at Q Center, have been seeds that will continue to grow and live on long after his departure.
Lynn’s passion for lifting up LGBTQ voices, and his ability to push those stories out into mainstream culture, has been invaluable to this agency. We will be sad to see him go, but we are all thrilled for him, for Trillium Family Services, and for the world that he will be bringing his gifts to this new, very important work.
We are so thankful for Logan’s years at Q Center, and we wish him well on this next step of his journey.
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Q Center provides a safe space to support and celebrate LGBTQ diversity, equity, visibility and community building. Q Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization which offers multi-generational programs and services in four core areas: Arts & Culture; Education & Training; Health & Wellness and Advocacy.
There are dozens of events and groups that meet here, some focused on specific topics (like coming out or gender identity) and others aimed at fun social interactions (like sing-along piano cabarets or craft nights). Entry to most of these is sliding-scale and run by dedicated volunteers, keeping Q Center truly community-driven and accessible.
For more information on the programs and services of Q Center, visit www.pdxQcenter.org