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President & CEO, GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation).  Formerly co-chair, Out Magazine and Senior Vice President, Global Marketing at Martini Media, a digital firm specialising in online branding and public relations. Co-author, with  her wife [[Kristen Henderson]], a memoir 'Times Two, Two Women in Love and the Happy Family They Made' (2011).  Featured on Time Magazine's "Gay Marriage Already Won" cover and profiled in a New York Times Style section devoted to marriage equality on the day it became legal in New York State. Subject of The Huffington Post's three-part web docuseries 'Here Come the Brides.'   
 
President & CEO, GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation).  Formerly co-chair, Out Magazine and Senior Vice President, Global Marketing at Martini Media, a digital firm specialising in online branding and public relations. Co-author, with  her wife [[Kristen Henderson]], a memoir 'Times Two, Two Women in Love and the Happy Family They Made' (2011).  Featured on Time Magazine's "Gay Marriage Already Won" cover and profiled in a New York Times Style section devoted to marriage equality on the day it became legal in New York State. Subject of The Huffington Post's three-part web docuseries 'Here Come the Brides.'   
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* [[Marketing Professionals Who Identify as LGBTQ]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:09, 3 December 2019

Sarah Kate Ellis

Country

United States

Birth - Death

Occupation

Activist

Description

President & CEO, GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation). Formerly co-chair, Out Magazine and Senior Vice President, Global Marketing at Martini Media, a digital firm specialising in online branding and public relations. Co-author, with her wife Kristen Henderson, a memoir 'Times Two, Two Women in Love and the Happy Family They Made' (2011). Featured on Time Magazine's "Gay Marriage Already Won" cover and profiled in a New York Times Style section devoted to marriage equality on the day it became legal in New York State. Subject of The Huffington Post's three-part web docuseries 'Here Come the Brides.'

See Also

Further Reading/Research


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