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.
Due to many spammers signing up, please include your relationship to the trans community in your membership application. See "Introduction to Transworkplace" under Notes on the right side of this page for more info. You will find info there about deleting your profile, removing your profile from Google searches, making your info more private, stopping (or starting) emails from the site, where to get technical info, and what to do if you find spam or offensive material.
Please note that this site is public, and your account name may show up in a Google search. You can, however, adjust your privacy settings on "My Page" (tab on top left) so that your profile page cannot be viewed except by members or friends on this site. However, some have informed me that Google still seems to pick up their pages nonetheless. Use your discretion in deciding whether and what to put on this site.
On this home page, you'll find the following:
Left column: job postings and events
Center column: the latest news, discussions and groups.
Right column: notes on useful resources
Bottom Bar: Click on "Main Room" to chat with others online
Click here for some helpful introductory info about Transworkplace.
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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.