Workshops and Consulting
"Stacey, as a trainer, has a style in how she presents to her audience that not only shows her vulnerability, but creates space for the participants to be vulnerable with her. Her lived experience as a transgender woman gives her immediate credibility."
Community Services Manager
City of HIllsboro, Oregon
Stacey's workshops utilize and weave storytelling throughout to lead a discussion on gender identity, the disparities that the transgender community and especially transgender people of color face, the importance of pronouns, what it means to be transgender, transgender terminology, and by providing a welcoming space for participants to ask their transgender questions. Stacey is happy to tailor trainings and topics that will best meet your organization's needs.
Some of Stacey's Workshops
Northwest Public Employees Diversity Conference – “What it Means to be Transgender”
Alzheimer’s Association McGinty Conference – “How to be an Effective LGBTQ+ Advocate and Ally as a Caregiver”
City of Portland – “Transgender 101”
Oregon Community Foundation – “LGBTQ+ Elders in Oregon”
Western Psychological and Counseling Services Front-End Staff – “How to Provide a Welcoming Space for Transgender Clients”
City of Hillsboro University - “Trans 101: Do Pronouns Really Matter?”
Community Services Consortium – Housing Division - “Transgender 101 & LGBTQ+ Topics”, Albany, OR
Community Services Consortium – Workforce & Education Division – “Transgender 201 – Pronouns and the Workplace”, Corvallis, OR
Contact Stacey HERE if you would like to discuss a workshop or training for your organization or group