Bring the expertise of the Transgenda to your group with customized workshops! Ana and Cam are experienced facilitators and have provided their entertaining, thought-provoking, and informative trainings to community organizations, businesses, health-care facilities, and universities.

Here are some examples of courses and content that can be provided.

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Trans 101 is an introductory workshop designed to provide participants with an overall understanding of transgender and gender non-conforming identities, experiences, and the challenges faced by transgender individuals. This training is essential for anyone seeking to foster inclusive environments within their businesses, organizations, educational institutions, and communities. Through interactive discussion, personal narratives, and Q&A, participants will gain insights into gender diversity, the importance of respect and inclusion, and strategies for advocacy and support.

Objectives for this training include:

  • Understand Key Concepts and Terminology: Participants will learn essential terms related to transgender identities, including but not limited to transgender, non-binary, genderqueer, gender expression, and gender identity. This foundational knowledge is critical for respectful communication and understanding.
  • Recognize the Diversity of Transgender Experiences: Participants will explore the spectrum of transgender identities and experiences, acknowledging that each individual's journey is unique. This objective aims to cultivate empathy and a deeper appreciation for the complexity of gender.
  • Promote Inclusive Practices: Participants will learn practical steps for creating inclusive environments in various settings, including the workplace, educational institutions, and community spaces. This includes policy development, respectful language use, and support for transgender rights and equity.
  • Support Transgender Individuals: Participants will gain insights into how to offer support and allyship to transgender people, whether in personal, professional, or advocacy contexts. This includes understanding the importance of listening, learning, and using one's platform to uplift transgender voices.

Trans 101 is not just an educational course but a call to action to support transgender individuals and advocate for a more inclusive and equitable society. Participants will leave the course with a deeper understanding of transgender experiences and the tools to make a positive difference.


In today's rapidly evolving societal landscape, understanding the diverse experiences and identities within the LGBTQA+ community is not just a matter of social justice—it's a requirement for fostering inclusive environments in all spheres of life. This training program is designed to demystify the complex array of identities, expressions, and experiences that comprise the LGBTQA+ community. This program is crafted to engage participants in a thoughtful exploration of the spectrum of sexual orientations and gender identities, with a focus on empathy, respect, and support.

Objectives for this training include:

  • Clarify Terminology and Concepts: Participants will gain a clear understanding of the key terms and concepts related to the LGBTQA+ community, including the differences between sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and biological sex. This foundational knowledge is crucial for meaningful conversations and support.

  • Explore Diverse Identities: Attendees will explore the wide range of identities within the LGBTQA+ acronym, understanding the significance of each identity and the importance of self-identification. This objective is aimed at fostering a deeper appreciation for the diversity within the community.

  • Recognize Challenges and Barriers: The training will highlight the common challenges and barriers faced by LGBTQA+ individuals, including discrimination, stigma, and exclusion. Recognizing these challenges is the first step toward advocacy and change.

  • Cultivate Empathy and Allyship: Through personal stories and interactive exercises, participants will develop empathy for LGBTQA+ experiences and learn how to be effective allies. This includes understanding the impact of language, the importance of pronoun usage, and strategies for advocating for LGBTQA+ rights and inclusion.

  • Implement Inclusive Practices: Participants will learn practical strategies for creating inclusive environments in various settings, including the workplace, educational institutions, and community spaces. This includes policy recommendations, communication tips, and resources for ongoing education and support.

  • Engage in Reflective Practice: Attendees will be encouraged to engage in reflective practice regarding their own biases and assumptions, and to consider how these may impact their interactions with LGBTQA+ individuals. This self-awareness is vital for personal growth and the promotion of inclusivity.

By the end of the "Alphabet Soup" training, participants will not only have a solid understanding of the LGBTQA+ community but will also be equipped with the tools and knowledge to actively support and advocate for inclusivity and equality in their spheres of influence.

As our society continues to evolve, so does our understanding of individual identities. Understanding and respecting gender and sexuality diversity has become paramount, particularly within healthcare environments. This skill-building session is designed to provide healthcare professionals with a comprehensive understanding and the necessary tools to ensure that all patients feel welcomed, respected, and supported, irrespective of their identity.

  • Understanding gender identity and sexuality, including key terms to establish a shared language.
  • Creating a welcoming environment that honors the identities and experiences of gender and sexually diverse patients and staff.
  • Being sensitive with communication using respectful inquiry to understand individual needs.
  • Addressing bias and enhancing empathy by understanding how gender nonconforming people are viewed by society and learning about the unique challenges trans and non-binary individuals face particularly in healthcare settings.