Rochester LGBTQ Archivist Chair, Shoulders To Stand On Documentary and Preservation Program of the Out Alliance of the Genesee Valley 2003 -present. Ms. Bailey is an educator, political activist and historian. Ms. Bailey served as project co-director for three NYS Archives Grants, project director for grants from the NYS Council on the Arts, Rochester Area Community Foundation Historical Preservation Fund, and the LGBT Giving Circle. She writes a monthly column in the Empty Closet, “Shoulders to Stand On.” Ms. Bailey was the Executive Producer and grant writer for Reflections of a Rainbow, a 16-minute documentary on the history of the Out Alliance used for fundraising and marketing. Ms. Bailey organized and chaired the Bid From the Heart Auctions for 3 years, and was chair of the Pride Community Picnic for 7 years. In 2013, Ms. Bailey was the Executive Producer of Shoulders To Stand On, a 90 minute documentary on the history of the Rochester LGBTQ+ community. She also retired from the Board of the Out Alliance in 2013 remaining as a member of the Development and Finance Committees. Ms. Bailey has received the Community Service Award from the Empire State Pride Agenda (2014), the AAUW Education Award (2014), and the Center for AIDS Research Community Service Award (2015). In 2014, Ms. Bailey was Grand Marshal of the Pride Parade, Rochester, NY. Ms. Bailey has been a teacher of Mathematics for the past 30 years, and is a small business owner.