Buffalo Grove’s Molly Pinta chosen as an HRC Youth Ambassador

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BUFFALO GROVE — Molly Pinta, the teen who inspired the Buffalo Grove Pride Parade with her family, has been named a Youth Ambassador by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

As a Youth Ambassadors, she will represent the HRC Foundation, adding her voice and experiences to raise awareness about the most pressing concerns facing LGBTQ youth and HRC programs that promote well-being for LGBTQ youth, including All Children – All FamiliesWelcoming Schools and Youth and Campus Engagement, as well as the Time to THRIVE Conference in February.

“This program is designed to amplify the important voices of teens and young adults, and engage them in helping HRC Foundation improve the lives of LGBTQ youth at home, at school, at work and beyond,” said HRC Foundation’s Director of the Youth Well-Being Program and the Time to THRIVE Conference Dr. Vincent Pompei in a press release. “These youth have real and meaningful contributions to make to HRC’s work and to their communities.”

You can read the full list of Youth Ambassadors here.

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