Betty Couvertier returns to share her thoughts on the current political climate. A relentless, outspoken, authentic voice and alternative perspective for the LGBTQ community, she will share her observations from her travels as we move towards the all-important 2018 midterm elections.
Originally from Brooklyn, NY where she was a city corrections officer Betty Couvertier was a part of Atlanta, Georgia’s LGBTQ scene since the mid-1990s until her recent retirement. Betty volunteered at WRFG 89.3 FM, a non-profit community radio station, since 2002. She was the founder, producer and host of “Alternative Perspectives,” an LGBT radio show that airs on the community-owned and operated station from 2006 until 2017. She has served in various capacities on many non-profit organizations over the years including the Atlanta Pride Outreach Chair, Atlanta HRC Steering Committee, Co-chair of Georgians Against Discrimination Steering Committee and the Atlanta LGBT Police Advisory Board.
Her energy, compassion, insightfulness, and hard work has been an incredible asset in the fight for LGBTQ equality. Since retiring Betty keeps her eye on local and national political shenanigans, the LGBTQ community discovering more alternative perspectives as. she travels about the country in her RV with her dogs living out and proud on the road.
Yes, She’s back!!
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