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GLMA's LGBTQ Health Achievement Awards

To recognize outstanding contributions to the community, GLMA presents Achievement Awards at each year’s Annual Conference.

To nominate an individual or organization for a 2022 GLMA Achievement Award, follow the instructions here. Nominations are due by April, 11, 2022 at 11:59 PM ET.

Previous GLMA Achievement Award Recipients
 

2021
Patricia M. Dunn, JD, MSW
interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network
Karen L. Parker, PhD, MSW
National Academies Report- Understanding the Well-Being of LGBTQI+ Populations  
Urvashi Vaid, JD

 

2020
Title VII Supreme Court Discrimination Case Plaintiffs: Gerald Bostock, Aimee Stephens, and Donald Zarda

 

 

2019
Crescent Care
Stephen Goldstone, MD, FACS
GWU LGBT Health Policy & Practice Certificate Program 
Jessica Halem, MBA
Jessica Landry, DPN, APRN, PNP-BC & Todd Tartavoulle, DNS, APRN, CAN-BC

David Malebranche, MD, MPH

 

2018
John Phoenix, APRN, FNP-C
Jillian C. Shipherd, PhD & Michael R. Kauth, PhD
Mary Anne Adams, MSW
Jesse Ehrenfeld, MD
Paula Neira, RN, Esq.

2017
Deborah Bowen, PhD
Lebanese Medical Association for Sexual Health
Charles Silverstein, PhD

Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation
Rachel Levine, MD

2016
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
Tonda L. Hughes, PhD, RN
Katherine Imborek, MD & Nicole Nisly, MD
Leandro Mena, MD, MPH

SAGE of PROMO Fund
Proyecto Somos Orlando

 

 2015
Danni Askini, MSW
Kellan E. Baker, MPH, MA
The Fenway Institute
Jamal H.H. Hailey, MA
Trans Bodies, Trans Selves
Equality Clinic of Augusta

2014
Honorable Kathleen Sebelius
Mickey Eliason, PhD
Nanette Gartrell, MD
Maureen Kelly & Tania Villa, PA
Phoenix Matthews, PhD
Aaron Belkin, PhD, & The Palm Center

2013
Tim Gill
Mara Keisling & the National Center for Transgender Equality
One Colorado
Ignatius Bau

2012
Peggy L. Chinn, RN, PhD
Dennis J. McShane, MD
Cailtlin Ryan, PhD, ACSW
Lyon Martin Health Services
& Dawn Harbatkin, MD
National Center for Lesbian Rights

 

2011
Congressman John Lewis
Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative
Institute of Medicine
World Professional Association for Transgender Health
Christopher E. Harris, MD

2010
Mayor Jerry Sanders
Suzanne L. Dibble, DNSc, RN
Patricia A. Robertson, MD
Max A. Schneider, MD
Shane Snowdon

 

2009
Aetna
Harvey Makadon, MD
Kenneth Mayer, MD
Bishop Gene Robinson

2008
Judy Bradford, PhD
Kaiser Permanente
Lambda Legal

2007
Eliav Barr, MD
Robert Garofalo, MD
Judy Shepard
Paul Wertsch, MD

2006
Lih-Mei Liao, Msc, PhD
JoAnne Keatley, MSW
Kenneth Haller, MD

2005
Janet Reno
Marion Kavanaugh-Lynch, MD, MPH
Harold Levine
Donald Hitchcock
Laurie Aaron
Congresswoman Donna Christian-Christiansen
Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin

 

2004
Rebecca Allison, MD
Kimberly Clermont, MD
Tyronne Dang, MD
Gary Remafedi, MD
Congresswoman Hilda Solis
Evan Wolfson

2003
Stephen F. Morin, PhD
Mitchell Katine, JD
Gene Copello, PhD
Steven Lofton
Roger Croteau
Douglas Houghton
Wayne Larue Smith
Dan Skahen

 

2002
Rafael Campo, MD
AIDS Committee of Toronto
Allan Rock, MP

2001
Jocelyn White, MD
Mark Townsend, MD
Lisa Keene
Michael Kaiser, MD
Claude Earl Fox, MD

 

2000
Donna Futterman
Svend Robinson
PFLAG
Bishop John S. Spong, DD, DHL

1999
Paul Kawata
Kate O’Hanlan, MD

1998
David Blatt, MD
Congressman Barney Frank
Joanne Hall, RN, PhD
David Moore, DO
Pat Stevens, RN, PhD
Joan Waitkevicz, MD

1997
Sherry Boschert
Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman
Dan Foley, JD
Sandra Hernandez, MD
John James
Gloria Soliz

 

1996
Scott Hitt, MD
Little Sisters Bookstore
Kevin Speight
Tom Stoddard, JD

1995
Evelyn Hooker, PhD
Richard Jennings, JD
The Honorable Sheila Kuehl, JD
Vickie Mays, PhD
Dee Mosbacher, MD, PhD

 

1994
Robert Bazell
The Campaign for Fairness
Suzanne Haynes, PhD
Michael Isbell, JD
Stuart Nichols, MD

1993
Audrey Covner, JD
Patsy Fleming
Bob Hattoy
Jeff Levi
Sari Staver
Gus Van Sant

 

1992
Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights
Henry Blansfield, MD
Donald Francis, MD
Susan Love, MD
Pierre Ludington
Marj Plumb

 

1991
Ellen Cooper
Billy E. Jones, MD
Alvin Novick, MD
Neil Schram, MD
Peter Staley

1990
Donald Abrams, MD
June Collwood
Catherine Hankins
Stuart Nightingale

 

AMSA/GLMA LGBTQ Health Achievement Award

The LGBTQ Health Achievement Award is presented by GLMA and the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) to recognize a medical school, student group, or individual student for exemplary achievement in promoting the inclusion of LGBT health issues or concerns within medical school.

 

2021
Teddy G. Goetz, MD, MS, Columbia University College of Medicine

 

 

2020
Michael Solotke, Yale School of Medicine

 

2019
Masina Wright, University of New England College of Medicine

 

2018
Shana Zucker, Tulane University School of Medicine

 

2017
Nix Sitkin, Yale School of Medicine

 

2016
Southern California LGBT Health Conference

 

2015
The Equality Clinic of Augusta

 

2014
Sean Tai, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Virginia Campus

 

2013
Kristen Eckstrand from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

 

2012
Bobby Kelly, MEd, Drexel University College of Medicine Class of 2012

 

 

2011
Neir Eshel and Michael Honigberg and the entire Harvard Medical School Kinsey Two Sixers LGBTQ and Ally Group

 

2010
University of Kentucky Health Occupation Professionals for Equality (UK HOPE)/University of Kentucky AMSA Chapter

 

2009
Brown University Medicine School

 

 

2008
Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

 

2007
Jessica Wang and UMASS Faculty Advisor Emily Ferrara, University of Massachusetts Medical School

 

2006
Association of Gay, Lesbian, and Ally Medical Students and AMSA Chapter at the UMDNJ, RWJ

 

2005
University of Michigan Medical School, Bisexuals, Gays, Lesbians and Allies in Medicine

 

2004
Medical College of Georgia Lambda Alliance

 

2003
University of Southern California SOM, MedGLO news

 

2002
Albany Medical College, LGBTPM

 

2001
University of Pennsylvania SOM, SOMA & LGBPM

 

2000
New York University SOM, Peter Chien, Jr.

 

1999
University of Washington SOM

 


GayHealth.com/GLMA Provider of the Year Award

The Provider of the Year Award is presented by GLMA and GayHealth.com to recognize an outstanding healthcare provider who strives to improve the health and wellness of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.

2007
Sydney Tam, MD
2006
Tom Barrett, MD
 
2005
Husna Baksh, MD
 
2004
Tyronne Dang, MD
 
2003
Timothy Cavanaugh, MD
 
 
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