Transgender Day of Visibility (TVoD) is an international event on March 31 dedicated to recognizing the accomplishments of the transgender community. On this day, my community celebrates trans people, raises awareness about the struggles that we face, and advocates for equal rights in a bid to educate and change society’s perceptions. Mckinsey provides research to better […]
We get it… gender identity, pronouns, gender expression and gender spectrum has all become a bit confusing and we need a bit of clarity. Shell Roth tell us their story and brings that clarity in an easy to understand way. Take a look at a snippet of their course below. If you want a broader […]
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As a seasoned speaker, author, and social media entrepreneur, Shelley has helped hundreds of organizations transform old perceptions about business leadership and inclusion. Companies and individuals alike trust Shelley to simplify solutions for seemingly complicated challenges and incorporate those solutions into action. With two decades of training businesses on the power of social media marketing, […]
Learn about our dynamic Partner, Shelley Roth, and their work with companies creating inclusive practices, answering questions and promoting understanding related to the gender spectrum in this ShoutoutHTX.com Interview. Read About Shelley
Home Healthcare, in the recent past, has had many impediments for LGBTQ+ patients as they age.
To many it feels like a new world of identities and pronouns out there.
After years of being called “ma’am” by well-meaning customer service providers, medical providers and most consumer facing personnel, I came up with the idea of leaving a “Tip Card,” along with the usual monetary tip, to educate wait staff and other customer-facing personnel. These folks weren’t trying to be offensive; they just were trying to […]
Everyone likes being addressed by their name, as it evokes feelings of recognition, belonging and respect. But how do you refer to someone, other than by their name? By using proper pronouns.