Young Leaders Council

Meet Our Newest YLC Co-Chairs

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The Young Leaders Council of Fenway Health (YLC) is an extraordinary group of emerging local leaders. These dedicated 20 and 30-somethings are on a mission to make a difference for their LGBTQ community by supporting the work of Fenway Health. The YLC also hosts diverse, community-focused events that encourage philanthropy and volunteerism. A group this special needs truly exceptional leadership, and we’re so fortunate to have two amazing new YLC Co-Chairs: Please allow us to introduce you to Katelyn Dolan and Kaden Stearns! Katelyn Dolan Katelyn’s relationship with Fenway Health began when she moved to Boston in 2010 to pursue 
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12 Reasons to Love Harbor to the Bay

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It’s that time of the year again: the 12th annual Harbor to the Bay (H2B) charity bike ride is almost upon us! In support and encouragement of our riders and crew, here are 12 reasons why H2B is a fantastic event. 1.) 100% of proceeds go to charity. In non-mathematical terms, that’s all of it. 2.) H2B has raised nearly $3.5 million since its launch in 2003. That money has helped support four local HIV/AIDS organizations: the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod, the Community Research Initiative, the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, and, of course, Fenway Health. 3.) H2B 
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Staying Inspired and Giving Back: Why I joined the YLC

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If you’ve made it to this page, you already know Fenway Health is a cutting-edge health center, and one of the largest in the world specializing in LGBT health. You might not know that Fenway serves over 21,000 patients with more than 109,000 visits per year in primary care, dentistry, optometry and behavioral health. Demographically, 1,800 of those patients are living with HIV, more than 1,200 are transgender, and about 2,000 are LGBT youth, many of whom are homeless after being disowned because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. I work for Fenway at the National LGBT Health Education 
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