To promote the health and well being of the Latino Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building.
Board of Directors
Lonnie Tristan Renteria
Lonnie Tristan Renteria is a scholar, activist, writer, filmmaker, director, producer, and sometimes actor. He teaches French, Spanish, Cultural and Critical Theory, Québécois Literature and Culture at the Art Institute of Seattle.He has produced several small films, Ebony Chunky Love being his first “commerical” film. It still can be seen on VIACOM’s LOGO channel.
He was a FLAS fellow at the University of Washington (Canadian Studsies) for Québécois Theater Studies and a Canadian Institute Fellow in Canadian Scholarship for the Canadian Consulate. Moreover, he was an Artist Trust Fellowship recipient for its prestigious FILMEDGE series.His work has received numerous invitations, awards and accolades.
Eleazar Juarez Diaz
Eleazar Juárez-Díaz was born in Mexico and relocated with his family to the US at the age of 4. He grew up in Arizona where he first discovered his passion for volunteering at a local hospital when he was in high school. While studying Political Science at Arizona State University he became passionate about LGBT and Immigrant rights through his work with Amnesty International. Eleazar relocated to Seattle in 2007 to work for a local Gay Men’s health organization and has since fallen in love with the city and its people. Along with serving on the board of Entre Hermanos, he serves on the City of Seattle LGBT Commission. Eleazar works as Volunteer and Youth Program Coordinator for a public policy organization and is passionate about promoting volunteerism and civic engagement.
Daisy received her MSW from the University of Washington and has been working in Social Services for over 12 years. She is passionate about helping individuals improve their emotional well being and ultimately their lives. She is very active in community and volunteers as a Big Sister, a mentor for the Fuse Program and a Life Coach for the Latina lesbian group Mujeres Diversas at Entre Hermanos. She is also a board member for The Friend of the Seattle Public Library.
Daisy is a New Freedom Program Assessor at Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS). In her spare time, Daisy enjoys reading, listening to music, dancing and spending time with friends and family.