Seattle-based LGBT rights group AFF is celebrating its fifth anniversary and says its work is paying off.
In addition to its LGBT advocacy, the group is also a major employer in the gay community.
AFF has over 100 employees in Seattle, and the group has helped hundreds of gay and lesbian people get hired at Seattle-area businesses.
“We have had a great year, but we’re also proud of our past,” said AFF President and CEO Brian Friel.
As of July 2016, AFF had more than 1,100 full-time employees, about 60 percent of whom were LGBTQ. “
It’s the right time to take a look at our business, our work, and where we can be most effective moving forward.”
As of July 2016, AFF had more than 1,100 full-time employees, about 60 percent of whom were LGBTQ.
In that time, the AFF group has grown to become the largest private employer in Seattle.
The group employs about 8,000 people, according to the company’s website.
The growth has come mostly as a result of AFF’s support of gay rights in the workplace.
“Our community has always supported us and the way we’ve treated each other,” Friel said.
AFF said its gay employees are helping to ensure that Seattle continues to be a progressive and inclusive city, and is home to the largest LGBT workforce in the nation. “
The support that we’ve received has been phenomenal, and it’s really helped us grow.”
AFF said its gay employees are helping to ensure that Seattle continues to be a progressive and inclusive city, and is home to the largest LGBT workforce in the nation.
In a statement, Friel praised the work of the group’s LGBT employees.
“With this group, we have helped create the most progressive and forward-looking LGBT workplace in the country,” he said.
Friel added that the group encourages all employees to “respect each other’s differences and be open-minded.”
The AFF statement comes amid a growing national debate over how the U.S. should deal with a national trend toward same-sex marriage.
President Donald Trump announced on March 13 that he would rescind federal protections for LGBT protections, including a provision that prevents discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The president has since reversed himself, saying that he will uphold federal protections in the coming weeks.
In June, he signed an executive order allowing businesses to discriminate against LGBT employees, including by denying services to them based on their sexual orientation.
In the statement, Aff said it’s also important to continue to fight for the rights of the LGBTQ community, especially in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of marriage equality.
“Today’s decision by the Supreme in the Obergefell v.
Hodges decision is a landmark victory for our LGBT community,” said Friel in the statement.
In fact, our success is just beginning. “
For AFF and its LGBTQ employees, the work is not done yet.
In fact, our success is just beginning.
We are committed to making sure that the LGBT communities continue to have a place to work, a voice to hold politicians accountable, and a chance to build on our shared history.”