At least one NFL team has made its LGBT-inclusive LGBT programs a priority.
In March, the Dallas Cowboys announced that it was expanding its LGBT program to include transgender youth.
The Cowboys’ new LGBTQ outreach coordinator is Latina, Michelle Lee, who was a transgender woman when she started working for the team as a youth ambassador in 2015.
Lee says she was able to reach out to transgender players on a daily basis through her outreach efforts and has already seen significant progress since then.
She also says the Cowboys have been supportive of other organizations that work on issues affecting LGBT youth.
“They are so supportive,” she said.
“They’re like, ‘Well, that’s what we do.'”
The Cowboys also expanded its LGBT programs to include LGBT youth last season, and it continues to expand its efforts.
The NFL also announced it was adding a new LGBTQ support network for coaches and players to share ideas and resources to help them deal with issues affecting the LGBT community.
And last year, the league also added a transgender liaison to its executive committee.
The Dallas Cowboys LGBTQ outreach director is Latine Lee.
(USATSI)In 2016, the NFL announced it had created the first-ever LGBT liaison to the NFL Executive Committee, with former NFL players and coaches joining the effort.