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T Forward Organizational Partners at Creating Change


The Transfaith Exhibit table at Creating Change 2017 will be open Thursday afternoon (January 19) through Saturday (January 21). Please stop by and say hi!

In addition, some of our T Forward organizational partners will be in town. The following "office hours" are times when you can come to the Transfaith exhibit table and meet someone from their leadership.

  • THURSDAY: United Methodist Alliance for Transgender Inclusion (Li Hooper, 3p-5p)
  • FRIDAY: TransEpiscopal (Donna Cartwright, 11a-1p)
  • SATURDAY: (new!) Trans and Muslim (Tynan Power, hours 10a-Noon)
  • SATURDAY: (new!) Trans in the UCC (Li Hooper, Louis Mitchell, hours Noon-2p)

Have we missed anyone?! If you are coming to Creating Change and want to hold informal office hours, please be in touch at office (at) transfaithonline (dot) org

We are also building a portfolio that highlights our organizational partners. If you are a group that focuses on transgender people (or are thinking about building one) and would like to explore partnership with Transfaith, then let's talk!

T Forward organizational partners include independent groups, fiscal sponsorships, and groups in formation. Each group has its own leadership, priorities, and character.

Click through for more details on how you can connect with Transfaith at Creating Change 2017!


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