Transgender Workplace Diversity Network
900-strong network on transgender workplace diversity for HR managers, diversity professionals, lawyers, transgender employees and allies
Employment Specialist - Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative
Location: San Francisco
Salary: $37,000 - $42,000, DOE
Director of Finance and Administration Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund Washington, DC
Director of Policy Equality Michigan Detroit, MI
Director of Victim Services Triangle Foundation Detroit, MI
Senior Director, Development Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) New York, NY
Accounting Manager Arcus Foundation New York, NY
Executive Director ACLU - Southern CA Los Angeles, CA
Major Gifts Officer - West Coast
The Trevor Project West Hollywood, CA
Director of External Relations San Francisco Pride San Francisco, CA
Office/ IT Manager San Francisco Pride San Francisco, CA
Executive Director National Coalition for LGBT Health Washington, DC
Executive Assistant Arcus Foundation New York, NY
Executive Director The Aqua Foundation for Women Miami, FL
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Welcome Members! I'm Dr. Jillian T. Weiss, and I'm committed to creating networks among transgender people in the workplace. I hope you will find this site useful for that purpose.
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I would like to share a comment in regard to perceptions; one way think of red / blue (republican / democrat) on how each type of university treats students who are lgbt. I have had the opportunity to graduate from both types of universities. With a university located in a red state, I have found they are more forward thinking to having policies and roles in places for lgbt students and especially transgendered students; while, a university located in a blue state, like…Continue
Posted by Diana Kanecki on February 25, 2015 at 2:31pm
Posted by Diana Kanecki on January 29, 2015 at 4:40am
The Kenosha area has made progress; however, there are still some haters and takers who are trying to use the argument that a transwomen is not living as a women if she seen without her wig on or has hair issues as thinning or missing hair; many people know women have thinning hair and hair missing spots as men. The hard point is these haters are teaching their children at an early age to call transwomen out, and these haters are people who vote democrat. In my personal…Continue
Posted by Diana Kanecki on November 15, 2014 at 12:14pm
I'm participating in the nano rhimo event in Kenosha; the people there are wonderful and it is a fun and creative event. The nice thing is that everyone has a varied background from girl geeks, authors, first time, and young creatives at the elementary level and jr high school level. With Nano Rhimo, the event is a unifying event for many in the community; please feel free to participate on Sundays from noon to 3pm at the southwest library in…Continue
Posted by Diana Kanecki on November 15, 2014 at 11:57am
During the past 4+ years, I have been very slowing and cautiously proceeding with a male to female gender transition. I am now on the verge of openly acknowledging my transition at work, which remains one of the few places that I have not overtly…Continue
Hello:I'm looking for a bit of input from other transgender people, or at least those who are familiar with the issues we face on the job.For me, workplace transition could be a bit dicey, so I am looking into a career change. I would like to be…Continue
I have been looking for a real honest job in colorado where I can continue with my transition and not having to stop and restart just to find a job, and worry what my new employeer thinks. So if you know of a company that hires Transgender ladies,…Continue
Started by Tami Ann Leigh in Personal Stories Dec 20, 2011.
You can sound off on trans workplace issues by posting your blog entry below, and comment on others' posts too. It doesn't need to be long or particularly witty. It's just a way of sharing what we are going through with others.