Spectrum: Trans AFTER College
A Panel Event and Reception
Monday, February 26, 2018 · 5:30 PM - 7 PM
This is event is for trans+ students, staff, and faculty and their cisgender allies. At this panel event, invited guests will talk about their experiences of being trans and/or gender variant in their personal and professional lives post-college and will provide good practices for trans inclusion in our daily lives.
Event attendees are encouraged to submit their questions for panel members via this google form.
Our panel will include:
- Br. Merrick Moses Moise, MD/DC Chapter President of Black Transmen, Inc. and Member of the Community of Saint Benedict, an ecumenical Christian Community based in Baltimore, MD.
- Ava Pipitone, Executive Director of The Baltimore Transgender Alliance and Worker-Owner of Red Emma's Bookstore and Coffeehouse
- Tosh Provancher, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- Dot Rin, UMBC alum, CCBC staff member
- Jules Rosskam, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at UMBC
This event is followed by the Trans In College event hosted last fall and is intended to complement the previous discussion. Note: You did not have to attend the fall event to attend this spring semester event.
A reception will take place after the panel discussion and attendees are encouraged to continue the dialogue and network with each other.
This event is sponsored by the Women's Center and The Mosaic Center as part of our Spectrum programming. Contact either office for further details or questions.
The Spectrum program is for UMBC community members who identify as trans, genderqueer, gender fluid, outside of the gender binary, and/or those who are questioning their gender identity. This group meets once a month for community discussion and dialogue. For more information about this group, contact the Women's Center or Mosaic Center.