Ronald L. Schlittler

Ronald L. Schlittler

Ronald has advocated for LGBT human rights at local, state, national and international levels for over 20 years. He sees LBGT health care as an increasing economic, cultural and social rights concern globally. He currently works in the American Psychological Association’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns Office. To enhance his advocacy and policy experience, Ronald sees this Certificate Program as an opportunity to gain academic training in health, particularly in life-span healthcare concerns for LGBT people.

Education

Master of International Policy and Practice ‘09, GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs.
B.A. ‘94 in Journalism and Sociology, University of Oregon

Capstone

Ron developed a train-the-trainer workshop that can be conducted by webinar and at international psychology conferences to develop culturally specific well-being resiliency strategies for working with LBGTI human rights community leaders. Click here for more info.