Vanguard Council members are celebrity emissaries who help to increase The Trevor Project’s visibility in the media.
Neil Patrick Harris , the Emmy-nominated star of the hit sitcom, “How I Met Your Mother,” was honored by The Trevor Project with The Trevor Life Award in 2009, recipients of which are annually selected based on the same criteria as that of The Trevor Hero Award. Harris gained notoriety as the beloved title character in "Doogie Howser, M.D.," and has continued to demonstrate his creative versatility on screen in such films as Clara`s Heart and Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, and on stage in the Broadway productions of Assassins, Proof, and Cabaret. Harris also served as the host of the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards® and the 63rd Annual Tony Awards®.
These days, Stephanie Miller has emerged as a favorite of the cable news channels as political coverage dominates. Since its September 2004 debut, The Stephanie Miller Show has become one of the most important and fastest growing shows in Progressive Talk, heard across America on radio stations, on Sirius, via podcasts and free live streaming. Miller’s fresh voice and political satire have been cultivated over years of experience as a media personality and comedienne. Steph, otherwise known as the Empress of Radio, Queen of Talk, publically came out on radio in 2010 and has become a leading advocate for the life-saving work of The Trevor Project.