Thank you

Thank you to everyone that made the 2022 HRC National Dinner a Success!
Kelley Robinson, Incoming President Human Rights Campaign

On September 20, 2022, the Human Rights Campaign announced that Kelley Robinson will serve as its ninth president — the first Black, queer woman to lead the organization. Robinson is widely respected for her work over the last 15 years creating and leading winning campaigns and programs. She steps into her new role at HRC after serving as Executive Director of Planned Parenthood Action Fund. From community organizer to progressive leader, Robinson has been at the forefront in the fight for bodily autonomy and racial and gender equity, with a focus on lifting up marginalized communities and building political power. Robinson will lead HRC — and our more than 3 million member advocates — as the organization fulfills its mission to realize a world that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.

The 2022 National Dinner Honorees

Sheryl Lee Ralph
Emmy Award-winning actor & long-time advocate for the LGBTQ+ community

Abbi Jacobson
Chanté Adams

A League of Their Own Stars Abbi Jacobson and Chanté Adams
Amazon hit series about the formation of a World War II-era women's professional baseball team - adapted from the 1992 movie

Take a look at what it was like three years ago and then get ready to do it all again — this time with a new perspective, a reinvigorated energy and the same love for our community.

47th Vice President Joe Biden and Jill Biden speak at HRC's 2018 National Dinner.