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The Forefront Talks Op-Ed in the Deseret News Stars in the Ocean Blog Out in Zion Far Between Laura Skaggs Dulin holds a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from San Diego State University where she specialized in therapies suited to multi-cultural contexts; with a further emphasis in LGBT/SSA related issues.Since 2013, Laura has endeavored to develop culturally competent and research-based outreach interventions to promote the greater well-being of all LGBT/SSA Mormons.
His professional training included a professional degree from the Colombian Polytechnic, as well as the development of his expertise as an auditor in renowned law firms such as Price Waterhouse Coopers and Nexia International.was an employee in the LDS Church Public Affairs Department for more than 30 years.He was assigned in 2008 to work on the Church’s Prop 8 campaign in California.Board Members and officers of Affirmation are responsible for directing the activities of Affirmation as an organization, promoting growth, keeping the Affirmation community informed, organizing conferences, and defining the promoting the goals of Affirmation.For more information, please see the Affirmation Charter and Bylaws.Laura co-produced “The Forefront Talks youtube series: A story about coming out in church and how to ideally support those who do” and published an Op-Ed in the Deseret News refuting the use of gay conversion therapies.
Laura continues to write on her personal blog “Stars in the Ocean” to promote increased social support for LGBT/SSA Mormons no matter what their life path.
Elected in 2017, Carson Tueller is currently serving as Affirmation President.
He is a part-time university student and self-employed private music instructor.
Presently, Laura is a regular contributor on the Outin podcast: a dialogue that attempts to equally and respectfully honor both spiritual and sexual orientations and gender identities.
She is also a co-producer on the Far Between documentary project which is an upcoming film exploring what it means to be Mormon and homosexual.
A practicing architect for over thirty years in New York and Utah, her career has included managing worldwide construction programs and many of the largest projects of the LDS Church.