Custom post types

Custom post type for staff

You can easily create pages with staff details by using our custom post type – “Staff”.

There are many different ways in which it can be used.

Bellow are example:

John has a Ph.D. in American Religious History and holds two MA’s from Claremont Graduate University. John served as a commissioner on the California Commission on the Status of Women, having been appointed by Governor Jerry Brown in 2017. In addition to the commission, John currently serves as the President of the Hollywood Chapter for the National Organization for Women, a Planning Commissioner for the City of West Hollywood, a Board member for the ACLU of Southern California, a Board member for the National Organization for Women (NOW), Legislative Action Chair for Stonewall Democratic Club, a Boardmember for Women’s March Sister Network, and is a delegate to the California State Central Committee, and serves on the Legislation Committee for the California Democratic Party.

He co-founded the digital publication the Engaged Gaze and the podcast Pop! Culture Theologians and contributes regularly to a number of online publications on the topics of LGBTQ history, feminism, masculinity studies, and American religious history. In addition to his academic work, John serves as the Co-Chair for the American Academy of Religion Western Region’s Queer Studies in Religion section and is on the steering committee for the American Academy of Religion’s Lesbian-Feminist Issues in Religion section.  John was one of the main organizers of the Women’s March Los Angeles in 2017, 2018, and 2019 that brought together 1.5 million people to Downtown Los Angeles. He was also a coordinator for the #ResistMarch on June 11, 2017, that brought together 100,000 people to the City of West Hollywood.

Karen Andros Eyres is Vice President of Hollywood NOW and a member of California NOW’s Board. She serves on the West Hollywood Planned Parenthood Action League (PPAL) and the City of West Hollywood Women’s Advisory Board. Karen worked at the brick-and-mortar location of the Westside Democratic HQ for the 2018 Congressional election season and now serves as Secretary of the HQ’s Steering Committee. She is also the Political Action Committee Chair for the Stonewall Democratic Club, a member of Heart of LA Democratic Club, and a member of ROAR Resistance (West Hollywood Chapter of Indivisible).

Zoe has been standing in front of a room and in the public square with one message, WAKE UP.  And with each day, each event, each year, waking up to something new has led to a dynamic life that unfolded sharply, quickly, deeply.  She is not one to “suffer fools,” but that impatience is wielded at herself far more than anyone else.  If she has one gift that outshines all others it is the ability to collect information, consolidate and articulate it in a whole new way.  She is intense, inspiring and a true change maker.  

Activist, author and speaker, Zoe Nicholson holds a B.A. in Theology, Quincy University, 1969 and a M.A. in Ethics, USC, 1975.  She began her professional life teaching high school for five years. In 1976, she opened and operated The Magic Speller Bookstore, a women’s bookstore in Newport Beach, CA.  In 1982, she joined six women in Springfield, Illinois., in a public and political fast for 37 days in support of the Equal Rights Amendment. Her memoir is The Hungry Heart ~ A Women’s Fast for Justice, from Lune Soleil Press.  Zoe finished a new full life, The Engaged Heart. 

Zoe is the founder of ERA Once and for All, member of the National ERA Roundtable, lifelong member of NOW and president of Pacific Shore NOW, and outspoken voice for LGBTQ rights. 

Custom post type for Causes

You can easily create pages with causes by using our custom post type – “Cause”.

Bellow are example: