From the article:
“When he attended JQ Baltimore’s annual Passover seder last year, Brian Hertz wasn’t intending to become one of the organization’s most dedicated volunteers.
“Founded in June of 2013 and now known as JPride Baltimore, the organization provides outreach, education and support to the Jewish LGBTQ community.
“‘I was kind of dragged to the LGBTQ seder by a friend,’ admits Hertz, 24, who grew up outside of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley and moved to Baltimore about two years ago when hired as program director for the Johns Hopkins Hillel. ‘The seder was nice. I had a good time and afterward, Mindy [Dickler, one of JPride Baltimore’s founders] reached out and said, ‘Hey, you seem dynamic and we need help. Would you be willing to get involved?’”
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