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My church hosted Linda and Gabrielle and it was such a professional, moving and powerful presentation, helping folks understand, in a warm and welcoming way, the challenges transgender people face. The post-event chatter was so positive participants have continued to reference the workshop.
The Business Resource Group I co-lead had the opportunity to have Gabrielle and Linda present their program “How to be a Good Trans Ally at Work and in the World” and it was wonderful. They shared helpful information outlining the experiences of trans children, youth and adults and how people in the health care field can more effectively support them. Super professional, detail-oriented and fun to work with.
It was a pleasure working with Gabrielle, who is an exceptional trans & non-binary inclusion trainer. I was touched by Gabrielle’s openness in sharing her own story. Our community of faculty, staff and students felt a sense of ease in engaging in a conversation that allowed us to learn more about how to be better advocates and foster an inclusive environment. Gabrielle and Linda have a synergy that made a two-hour workshop feel like a chat with friends. I find their enthusiasm and dedication both inspiring and motivating.
When Gabrielle and Linda present, the overriding feeling is that you are in capable hands. The obvious depth and breadth of their knowledge, specifically around the realities and challenges that face transgender individuals, their colleagues, and their clients, allows for an outstanding educational experience.
Gabrielle Claiborne and Linda Herzer are gifted trainers with a genuine talent for presenting factual information in a fun and interactive manner that touches hearts and minds. They implemented a moving and engaging educational seminar for public health researchers here at the CDC. Collaborating with Linda and Gabrielle to plan this educational seminar was a delightfully smooth experience.
We partnered with Transformation Journeys Worldwide to host a Transgender Student Health Symposium. Gabrielle and Linda are outstanding professionals who were a dream to work with. From helping us craft a vision for the event to delivering engaging and informative trainings, they worked with us to determine our needs and devise solutions for addressing them every step of the way.
Transformation Journeys Worldwide is a great business partner for organizations looking to advance the importance of transgender inclusion. Gabrielle and Linda helped UPS’s LGBT & Allies BRG better understand trans people in the workplace by educating us on the importance of terminology, sharing personal stories and providing resources, all to drive a more inclusive workplace.
Gabrielle Claiborne and Linda Herzer are exceptional facilitators and captivated our Atlanta Hawks employees during their trans-journey lesson at our monthly Courageous Conversations series. The stories they share are inspiring, enlightening and candid. In order to create sustainable change, you need to challenge conventional norms. This dynamic duo are helping to shape a more inclusive and loving world. Now that is living with a purpose.
Our keynote speaker, Gabrielle Claiborne, shared her journey of “embracing her truth” with such passion and humor that attendees at our Pride Power Lunch and Learn were engaged and enlightened to be even stronger allies for our transgender colleagues.
Thank you so much, Gabrielle and Linda, for the presentation on Trans Workplace Inclusion. You educated our leadership on a very sensitive subject with real-life experiences, statistics, and humor. Your professionalism, courage, and openness helped enlighten us to the many and varied ways in which we are different and alike, and you re-emphasized the need to treat everyone in the workplace (and the world) with respect.