EDUCATING THE PUBLIC AND EMPOWERING THE COMMUNITY.
Previous Summer Grant Recipients
The QLaw Foundation has provided grants for graduate students working for innovative public interest projects that benefit the LGBTQ community and/or people living with HIV/AIDS.
Past grantees include:
2019: Tommy Statkiewicz for work with the Trans In Prison Project through Disability Rights Washington.
2018: Riley Moos for work with Oasis Youth Center and Team Child.
2017: Stephen Vanderhoef for work with the Center for Children & Youth Justice, and Evelyn Batista for work with the Northwest Immigrants Rights Project.
2016: Maria Vega for work with the Northwest Immigrants Rights Project
2015: Taylor Markey for work with Legal Voice and Taylor Ruggieri for work with Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund.
2014: Michael Gerbec for work with Seattle Community Law Center
2013: Jennifer Goldstein for work with the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and Kelsey Ryland for work at Legal Voice
2012: Chelsey Heindel for work with the Snohomish County Public Defender’s Office, Darcy Kues for work with the Center for HIV Law & Policy in NYC, and T. Perry McCall for work with Lambda Legal in NYC
2011: Michelle Gonzalez for work with HIV Law Project and Alex West for work with Sylvia Rivera Law Project
2010: Marek Falk for work with the ACLU of Washington Foundation and Elliott Kennedy for work with the Transgender Law Project
2009: Adrien Leavitt for work with QLaw Foundation Legal Clinic and Ashland Johnson for work with Lambda Legal
2008: Sarah White for work with Legal Voice
2007: Melissa Nystrom for work with the GLBT Community Center