As part of its celebration of Pride Month, US Lacrosse will hold a series of live discussions with prominent individuals from the lacrosse community. The discussions are designed for specific audiences — players, coaches and parents — to help them learn ways to make everyone feel included and help support the LGBTQ+ community.

U.S. team gold medalists Greg Gurenlian and Michelle Tumolo will be the primary hosts for these discussions. Other featured guests include U.S. women’s national team players Katrina Dowd and Liz Hogan; former U.S. U19 women’s star Jordy Kirr and her father, Steve; men’s college coaches Joe Alberici (Army) and Joe Amplo (Navy) and Aron Lipkin, the executive director of Homegrown Lacrosse (Minn.).

The talks begin on Wednesday, June 10 and will continue throughout the remainder of the month. Online access to each of these conversations is free of charge for any interested parties. Here’s the full schedule with registration information:

What It Means to be an LGBTQ+ Athlete

Wednesday, June 10, 6:00 PM EST
Michelle Tumolo, Liz Hogan & Katrina Dowd

The Importance of LGBTQ+ Inclusion

Tuesday, June 16, 6:00 PM EST
Michelle Tumolo & Greg Gurenlian

Parents of LGBTQ+ Individuals

Friday, June 19, 2:00 PM EST
Michelle Tumolo, Greg Gurenlian, Steve Kirr & Jordy Kirr 

Why Being an Inclusive Coach Matters

Friday, June 26, 7:00 PM EST
Greg Gurenlian, Aron Lipkin, Joe Alberici & Joe Amplo