The Commission has a committee structure to carry out the work. Each committee consists of two or more Commissioners as well as LGBTQ people and allies from the community throughout the State. If you are interested in serving on a committee, please get in touch with us. 

Legislative Priorities Committee:

  • Consider proposed legislation and how it would impact LGBTQ Washingtonians 

Economic and Business Development:

  • Consider LGBTQ access to business and entrepreneurial opportunities
  • Monitor the development of economic opportunities for LGBTQ people
  • Identify opportunities for partnerships with Washington based businesses and LGBTQ business resource groups

Vulnerable Communities:

  • Work on issues related to vulnerable groups within the LGBTQ community such as: seniors, immigrants, disable, veterans and spouses, and people experiencing houselessness
  • Offer feedback from and outreach to people who identify as trans, gender non-conforming, and gender non-binary communities
  • Identify needs for the Intersex community and work on plans to support laws to protect intersex individuals in Washingto
  • Identify the specific needs of LGBTQ people of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds:
    • African American and Black communities
    • Latina, Latino, Latinx communities
    • Asian and Asian-American communities
    • Pacific Islander communities
    • Desi and South Asian communities
    • Indigenous, Native American and American Indian communities