Faces of Affirmation
I look back with fondness and gratitude on my time as a Latter-day Saint. I honor the many wonderful experiences I had then and look ahead to even greater times of joy in my life to come.
I hesitated to attend until I heard a voice in my mind: “You have to go to the Temple”
From the time he was young, Nicolle Huang knew he wanted to be a pilot. He also knew he was gay, but he kept that to himself.
Currently I am serving a tour in China as a non-career consular office in the U.S. Foreign Service. The work is fascinating, and I enjoy interacting with the locals in an official capacity. When I finish this summer, I look forward to being more involved in the Mormon/religious LGBT community.
I’m a junior at Brigham Young University, majoring in Art History and minoring in Nonprofit Management. I’m on track to graduate a year from now, in Spring 2015, and I’m going to graduate school after.
I am a registered nurse. I have worked with pediatric oncology patients at Children’s Hospital Oakland for the past 31 years. I love my job. I am also in the Primary presidency in my ward. The well being of children is a huge passion for me. I love musical theatre, good food and great conversation.
I work for American Express. I work in customer service and financial education. I have too many interests to list 🙂 Top of the list is skiing! I’d ski all day everyday if I could. Close behind is playing the piano. I lose myself in the music, and as a side effect… I tend to lose a few hours too.
I do visual effects for films, freelance video editing, and firmly believe that God loves, accepts us, and that there is so much goodness and love within Mormonism.
Affirmation Board Member Greg Prince delivered the following “Pillars of My Faith” speech at the Sunstone Symposium held in Salt Lake City on August 2, 2013.