I offer trainings, workshops, and other kinds of support for schools, school districts, legal and medical practices, and other businesses and community groups who want to work more effectively with transgender, non-binary and other gender diverse young people, employees, stakeholders, and/or publics. I am available to work with your entire staff, or to support individuals, teachers, communities, families or others to develop a better understanding of gender diversity.
Additionally, it has been my pleasure to serve as an expert witness on behalf of families and caregivers advocating for transgender and other gender diverse children and young people in courts in Massachusetts, Oregon, Iowa, Texas, Indiana, New York and Maine. I provide this service free of charge for all families.
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Folks I have worked with say all kinds of nice things:
Thank you so sincerely for yesterday’s visit! It was invigorating and I know my students were moved not only by your methodological depth but by the courage with which you have approached your academic work. Many of the students felt inspired, one of them even mentioned that she could now see herself becoming an educational researcher and considering a doctorate. This has been a huge leap in her own journey to make sense and deconstruct what it means to belong in academia when coming from a marginalized community. – Professor Cristina Valencia Mazzanti, Smith College
“The parents who attended [the training] have been emailing me all day about your presentation. We are going to need to do more of these. So many great questions, and what you didn’t know, you found out for us. I appreciate that more than anything.”
“ROCKSTAR! The training was extremely informative, and so necessary. I came away ready to better serve all kinds of youth after just two hours. Can’t wait to hear her speak again.”
“This training was amazing. You could not tell that there were 200+ people in the room because I felt that she was being so real, so present, and sharing with us all not only information but her own experience.”