Be a part of us for a unique post-occasion Google Hangout with +Raymond Braun immediately subsequent the occasion at 6:15pm ET.
Point out of Out Youth: A City Corridor is a panel discussion with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth from throughout the nation about the most pressing troubles struggling with them currently.
Considering the fact that 2013, the Point out of Out Youth forum has presented a holistic portrayal of the troubles confronted by LGBTQ youth, from their perspectives and in their voices. In partnership with CenterLink, GSA Network, Human Proper Campaign Basis, and Lambda Lawful, this year’s occasion will be broadcast reside from the True Shades Fund’s Forty to None Summit in Houston, TX!
Raymond Braun is the LGBT advertising and marketing direct for YouTube and a information creator specializing in films for the LGBT neighborhood: youtube.com/raymondbraun.
In 2013, Raymond originated and led YouTube’s 1st at any time advertising and marketing marketing campaign devoted to celebrating the LGBT neighborhood: #ProudToLove. The international, award-profitable marketing campaign arrived at hundreds of tens of millions of men and women globally and grew to become the blueprint for YouTube’s LGBT advertising and marketing and neighborhood engagement initiatives, like #ProudToPlay and #ProudToLove 2015. In the course of Raymond’s tenure at YouTube, YouGov’s BrandIndex has consistently shown YouTube as 1 of the top rated five greatest perceived manufacturers by the LGBT neighborhood.
Raymond has been instrumental in encouraging numerous YouTubers and celebrities arrive out working with social media. He is also a guide for quite a few LGBT non-income organizations all over the earth, encouraging them far more properly have interaction millennials via YouTube and social media.
He was named to the Forbes “30 Less than 30” list, iMedia top rated twenty five Promoting Leaders and Innovators, and Men’s Wellness “Gay Celebrities Roundtable.” He has been showcased in Forbes, CNN, Seventeen journal, Assortment, NPR, and AdWeek, amid some others. You can observe Raymond on social media working with @raymondbraun.