Welcome to GLASS

The Gay, Lesbian, and Allies Senate Staff (GLASS) Caucus is a non-profit, non-partisan organization open to all whose purpose is to raise awareness of issues affecting the LGBT community, increase visibility and promote the welfare and dignity of LGBT employees of the United States Senate by providing a safe environment for social interaction and professional development. Please click on the links to the right to learn more about GLASS, or email info@glasscaucus.org ***Election Info: The the 2014 GLASS Steering Committee election to fill the seven seats of the GLASS Steering Committee for the 2014-2015 term has concluded. The following candidates received the most votes and will begin their one-year term on March 1, 2014:

  • Madeline Bermes
  • Brian Conlan
  • Laura Erickson Hatalsky
  • Adam Henderson
  • Julian Miller
  • Andrew Ott
  • Michael Thorning

Per the organization’s bylaws, GLASS members who paid their 2014 dues by February 8th and are current Senate employees received a ballot. Of those, 65% voted in the election. Last year, voter turnout was 67%. In 2012, turnout was 82%. Thanks to all candidates for stepping forward and offering your talents, skills, and commitment to GLASS for the year ahead. Special thanks to Kyle Chapman for serving as election witness. A transition meeting was held on Tuesday, February 25 to choose leadership positions among the elected members and to set the 2014 meeting schedule. Members of the Steering Committee carry out the mission of the organization and respond to current issues affecting LGBT staff. They also plan educational, social and networking events throughout the year, from running the GLASS mentorship program to sponsoring happy hours and legislative briefings. For more information about the Steering Committee, please visit http://glasscaucus.org/steeringcommitee/ Thanks to all members that took the time to learn about the candidates, paid 2014 dues, and voted in this election. Your time, energy, and support are what make GLASS not only possible, but worthwhile.

%d bloggers like this: