Brian Dorsey serves as the President of the Sellers Dorsey Foundation. Brian is also a co-owner of Sellers Dorsey, a national healthcare consulting firm, which designs and implements initiatives to improve the cost and quality of health care. Brian is a Certified Executive Coach by the International Coaching Federation specializing in Management Performance Consulting. Brian, who calls Pennsylvania home, is also an independent Broadway producer. Brian has served on the Board of Directors for the Trevor Project since 2006 and currently serves as the board’s Co-Vice Chair. He supports several other organizations, including Equality Pennsylvania and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Marty Sellers serves as the Vice President and Secretary of the Sellers Dorsey Foundation. Marty is also the Founder and Chairman of Sellers Dorsey, a national healthcare consulting firm that works with states, private companies, unions, advocacy organizations, and other stakeholders to improve access to quality and affordable health care. As an openly gay corporate leader, Marty’s lifelong interests have always focused on healthcare policy and politics. He volunteers his skills and energy on a variety of local and national initiatives aimed at achieving equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. He is currently serving as a member of the Victory Fund Board of Directors.
Harvey Hurdle is currently serving as the Vice President and Treasurer of the Sellers Dorsey Foundation. He has had a long record of service to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. Prior to serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Sellers Dorsey, a national healthcare consulting firm specializing in creating transformative change in public health care programs, he was the Chief Operating Officer of the Human Rights Campaign and Human Rights Campaign Foundation. Prior to that, Harvey was the Chief Administrative Officer of Global Knowledge Software and Vice President of Financial Reporting for CDI Corporation. He has served as a member of the Victory Fund Board of Directions, on the Board of the AIDS Information Network as Treasurer and Finance Chair, and volunteered in Philadelphia for HRC.
Christopher Labonte is the Executive Director of the Sellers Dorsey Foundation. Prior to this position, Chris spent a decade in Washington, DC in the public and non-profit sectors, most recently with the Human Rights Campaign. As the legislative director for the HRC, Chris led the team of lobbyists and outside consultants to advance LGBT equality and health care issues in Congress and the Administration. He also served as an executive committee member of several other coalitions, including the National Organizations Responding to AIDS.