NGLCC on White House’s Reversal of LGBTQ Student Protections


Washington, D.C. – President and Co-Founder of the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) Justin Nelson released the following statement today on the White House’s plans to reverse LGBT student protections in public schools:

First Ever “America’s LGBT Economy” Report Released by National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

Analysis of Certified LGBT Business Enterprises demonstrates thousands of jobs created and billions added to American economy across all business sectors

January 18, 2017

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Condemns the Discriminatory “Russell Amendment” to the National Defense Authorization Act

October 27, 2016

NGLCC to Bring Record-Breaking International Business & Leadership Conference to Palm Springs in August 2016

| By Andy DiAntonio
Washington, D.C. -- The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the business voice of the LGBT community, proudly announced that Palm Springs, California will host the 2016 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference. The 2016 conference is expected to convene more than 1000 LGBT and allied entrepreneurs, business owners, government & corporate representatives, and LGBT chamber leaders from across the country and around the globe.

NGLCC Affirmed the Business Case for Civil Unions in Italy— and It Worked!

| By Andy DiAntonio

Enrollment Season is Here: LGBT Small Businesses Get Covered under Health Reform

| By Courtney Mott
It’s open enrollment season once again – and that means that employers and employees all across the country are considering their new health insurance options! Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, there are many new options available, particularly for small businesses and their employees. 
  • Small employers can provide health insurance through the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) and may be eligible for a tax credit towards the cost of premiums.

NGLCC Salutes the Nomination of Eric Fanning as First Openly Gay Secretary of the Army

September 18, 2015
Washington, D.C. -- The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the business voice of the LGBT community, congratulates Eric Fanning on his historic nomination as the first openly gay civilian secretary of the United States Army.

NGLCC Remembers Julian Bond

"Mr. Bond’s eloquent and impassioned words and actions on behalf of the LGBT community were truly awe-inspiring. Few others have been able to reach out across communities and find the common values that ensure LGBT rights fit squarely with civil rights," said NGLCC Co-Founder and President Justin Nelson. "At the recent 2015 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference we focused heavily on ‘What’s Next’ for the LGBT community.  So many of our recent triumphs and future opportunities are due in great part to the inspiring work of heroes like Julian Bond.”

NGLCC Endorses The Equality Act as a Major Advancement for LGBT Economic Opportunity Nationwide

June 23, 2015
Washington, D.C. -- The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the business voice of the LGBT community, stands proudly with Senators Merkley, Baldwin, and Booker and Representatives Cicilline and Lewis who have introduced The Equality Act in Congress.  This act will ensure federal non-discrimination protections for LGBT people, promoting equal access to employment, housing, credit, public spaces and services, education, federally funded programs, and beyond. 

Summer Interns Reflect on Experience at NGLCC

| By Andy DiAntonio
No summer in DC is complete without the incredible migration of interns to our nation’s capital. This summer NGLCC welcomed 6 interns to the team, whose responsibilities have been fully integrated into the work NGLCC accomplishes. Working alongside their direct supervisors, summer interns have had the opportunity to offer insight on projects, gain experience working with a nonprofit organization, and develop a new social network with peers from around the world! We’ve asked the interns to reflect on their time at NGLCC and talk a bit about what they’ve learned and accomplished.