Capitol Hill Pride
Hill Pride was officially its own non-profit in 2017 and
is a volunteer organization that runs the Capitol Hill
Pride Festival March & Rally. Capitol Hill Pride's
Directors, its supporting organizations and community
are proud to have started the Capitol Hill Pride
Festival in 2009 and work to create awareness and
support of the LGBTQAI community.
Capitol Hill Pride is an all volunteer non-profit and
welcomes volunteers and supporters of all backgrounds.
Capitol Hill Pride Board
Charlette LeFevre - Board Director, Development
and Entertainment Development
Philip Lipson - Board Member, Volunteer Coordination
LeFevre - is current Director of Capitol Hill
Pride having established the Capitol Hill Pride
Festival in 2009 as Vice President of the Capitol Hill
Community Council. Currently contributes to the
Seattle PI Neighborhood Blog since 2009 and is current
director of the Northwest
Museum of Legend and Lore since 2004 conducting
historical tours of Capitol Hill.
science and events, Charlette shares a social justice
interest in her activities and writings identifying
with the Bi-community. Charlette has a BA in Research
and Design from Wright State University.
Accomplishments: Establishing Capitol Hill's largest
street festival. Saving four large trees on Capitol
Hill's Broadway and helping establish the Seattle city
ordinance that bans the display of human
remains without the deceased's consent.
Lipson - Librarian has a Master's degree in
Library Science from Wayne State University in Detroit
and has had experience in both public and academic
libraries. Co-Director of the museum since 2004,
Philip Lipson is part of the Bi-community. Philip
Lipson along with his partner Charlette LeFevre have
written a book on the Air Force's first military plane
crash in Kelso and are
referenced researchers in Pres. Obama's history in
Seattle as a baby. Philip Lipson has worked for the
IRS and has helped organized the budgets for many
1980 Philip ran for Sheriff of Wayne County, Michigan,
Libertarian Party. Lucky for the library he lost. His
slogan was "Behave Yourself", a motto he still lives
by today - or so he says.