Richard Alalouf Joins the Southern Advisory Council

Richard Alalouf was born in Montreal, Canada a million years ago (or as he says, just after the ice age). Richard spent much of his time in Toronto, where he attended Centennial College.  He graduated with a degree in business management and was also politically involved as President of the Student Association and as sitting Governor on the College Board. 

After college, Richard worked in the Canadian movie industry before taking the leap and moving to Florida in 95′. Still in in Florida, Richard has spent the last 12 years working as a flight attendant for Jetblue.  

Richard is very involved in his community and spends his time running South Florida Family Pride— a group of more than 400 LGBTQ families in the area that get together several times a year to attend events Richard puts together. 

Currently, Richard resides in Ft. Lauderdale and Boca, Florida with his four year old, adorable little boy, Logan. Logan was brought to the family through surrogacy in California.  


Do you live in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, D.C., Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia or West Virginia? If you live in one of these states and feel passionately about equality issues for LGBTQ parents and their families, then join our Southern Advisory Council! You will be a part a group of volunteers that partners with us to cultivate and enrich the quality of life for our families in the southern region. For more information contact our Southern Regional Manager, Tatiana Quiroga at for further details.