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For over twenty years, I have been providing training and technical assistance to organizations and companies seeking to provide better services to transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) people or for the inclusion of their transgender employees.

Transgender development training and education including discussions, workshops and training focusing on basic and advanced competencies, policy, mental health practice, employment, HIV, human rights, youth, and other topics. Some core workshops include but are not limited to:

  • Transgender Basics: building fundamental skills for working with transgender people and employees

  • Transgender Practice: a more advanced overview of transgender identity-development and clinical concerns

  • Transgender policy: an overview of policy, legislative and human rights changes that impact transgender people

  • Successful and effective interventions for working with transgender and gender non-conforming people

  • Needs and challenges of transgender and gender non-conforming people

Mayor de Blasio signs his 2016 ground-breaking executive order protecting the right of every New Yorker to use City single-sex facilities consistent with their gender identity. With Corey Johnson, Carrie Davis, First Lady Chirlane McCray, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Bianey Garcia, Carmelyn P. Malalis and Sean Coleman and others in New York, NY.
Carrie Davis speaking at the 2012 New York City Council Pride Event where she received a group LGBT Pride Proclamation in recognition of the advocacy and accomplishments of the members of the New York City Police Department’s (NYPD) LGBT Advisory Panel in their work to revise the NYPD’s Patrol Guide to help ensure that police officers treat transgender and gender non-conforming people with dignity and respect. With Carrie Davis, then Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Council Member Daniel Dromm in New York, NY.

Transgender training and education for organizations with transgender employees including discussions, workshops and training as well as coaching for managers and other staff. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Transgender Basics for Employers: how to strengthen your business’ or organization’s capacity to hire and work with transgender employees

Carrie Davis speaking about expanding the city's human rights laws on the steps of City Hall in 2000. With Bill Perkins, Nora Molina, Barbra Ann Perina, Charles King, Tim Sweeney, Melissa Sklarz and others in New York, NY.

I am an experienced public speaker who can provide expert, customized keynotes, speeches, panels, testimony and lectures based on your topic, audience and setting and addressing the needs of transgender and gender non-conforming people.

  • Keynote and conference speeches

  • Legislative testimony

  • Conference and symposium panel participation

Carrie Davis receiving a 2015 Woman of Distinction Award from the New York State Senate in recognition of outstanding women living and working in New York whose contributions have greatly enriched the quality of life in their communities and beyond. With New York State Senator Brad Hoylman and Carrie Davis in Albany, NY.

Developing and/or improving organizations and services, including creating policies, new practices, conferences, forums and training institutes to provide information, technical assistance, training, and technology transfer for individual providers and organizations to improve the delivery and effectiveness of services for transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) people or the inclusion of transgender employees. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Assessing capacity and readiness to work with transgender and gender non-conforming people

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