About the GLIDE Legacy Committee

The GLIDE Legacy Committee inspires the next generation of Bay Area young professionals to engage in the life-changing and life-saving work of GLIDE. GLIDE is a radically inclusive organization that is dedicated to alleviating suffering, loving unconditionally and breaking down cycles of poverty and marginalization. While members of the Legacy Committee have diverse cultural, racial and ethnic, sexual orientation, spiritual, socioeconomic and professional backgrounds, every member of the Legacy Committee brings a shared commitment and passion for social justice and change.

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In 2019 we celebrated 10 years of the Legacy Committee and GLIDE Legacy Gala! Check out this video about our journey, evolution, and vision for the future!




Join the Legacy Committee for a virtual event on April 29th that will provide an overview of Harm Reduction theory and practice, and outline the role GLIDE plays in providing these invaluable services. 

Harm reduction is comprised of a range of public health strategies designed to lessen the negative social and/or physical consequences associated with various human behaviors, both legal and illegal. Since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, GLIDE has used harm reduction strategies to staunch the spread of disease and reduce stigma.

Ali Lazarus, GLIDE’s Syringe Access Services Coordinator, has many years of experience in the field of Harm Reduction. She will provide a comprehensive overview of the subject, and participate in a Q+A. She will also lead the group through a virtual Narcan training, a fast acting medication frequently used to counter the effects of opioid overdose.

Reserve your tickets today!



Relive the 2020 GLIDE Legacy Gala: A Virtual Gathering!

Nicole Foley


Lauren Jamiolkowski


Lucy Bartlett

Paloma Figueroa

John Josi

Divya Kaushal

Margaret Lucas

Ashcon Minoiefar

Kyra Sikora

Sasha Sommer

Kate Steffy

Brittnay Tobin

Winnie Tsang

Mia White