Join us in celebrating University of Pennsylvania Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center's 35th Anniversary and honoring founding director Bob Schoenberg on his retirement.
14 October 2017 Philadelphia
SATURDAY, 14 OCTOBER 2017
The Penn LGBT Center was founded on October 1 and is the second oldest center of its kind in the country.
ICONIC FOUNDER & DIRECTOR
Robert "Bob" Schoenberg has helmed the Center from its beginning, and this fall, after 35 years, will retire. He will be honored at the Center’s 35th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Oct. 14.
LARGE & GROWING COMMUNITY
Return to campus and reconnect with the LGBT Center, your former classmates, and current students.
This year's celebration will have activities for everyone, regardless of age, and that includes a bouncy house, kid-friendly food, and plenty of non-alcoholic refreshments.
Rededication of The Carriage House
35th Anniversary Planning Committee
Howard Dimond, C'71, D'75, Kai Kornegay, C'18, Marianne Mondt, C'08
Christian Cortes, W'15
Paul Farber, C'05
Amy Hillier, SW’97, GR’01
Lex Ruby Howe, C'07, WEV’09, WEV’10, GED’12
Kurt Klinger-Wilensky, ENG'01, GEX'11
Tiffany Ko, GR’18
Karlene Burrell McRae, GED'96, SW'00, GRD'09
Veronica Medina, SW'79
Mark Meisarah, M'19
Susan Miller, C'83, GED’83, G’95, GR’01
Kim Mutcherson, C'94
Grey Pierce, GFA'15
Deepa Ravikumar, C'05
Jennifer Redmond, WG'16
Rodney Robinson, C’89, CGS’02
Pat Rose, G’75
Rebecca Schept, GED’09, GED’10
Amy Sollitti, LPS'18
Thank you to all who have made the Center and LGBTQ community at Penn what it is today.
LGBT Center Staff