President Guillaume Bagal is excited to serve as President of GLAA. He works in Public Policy at Whitman-Walker Health, and consults for The Center for Global Health and Diplomacy. He studied Biology as an undergraduate, received a master's degree in Sociology from East Carolina University in 2013, and a second master's in Health Administration and Policy from George Mason University in 2016. He served on the NIH Community Advisory Board for 2 years, and is a member of the HIV Working Group at the DC Center for the LGBT Community. Guillaume looks forward to applying his experience in the public and private sectors to continue GLAA's commitment to defend the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people in Washington, DC. Guillaume uses the pronouns he/him/his.