Elayne has worked with Ingersoll since 2007, just in time to help them move to their new digs at Seattle Counseling Center. She volunteers for Ingersoll by training and scheduling facilitators, and also serves on the board. Elayne has also focused on gathering information on competent healthcare providers for our community, and vetting them to ensure the best experience for our community. Recently, she has begun working on the boards of Seattle Out & Proud and Out & Equal Seattle, with an emphasis on outreach.
Elayne is self-employed as a film producer and as a consultant working with schools, corporations and community organizations.
Building Trans Community Connections
Ingersoll recognizes Emerald City and other transgender support groups in the region as key stakeholders in the movement to create acceptance and equality for all, regardless of their gender identity and expression. Come sit in a roundtable-style discussion of the ways social and support groups in the region can better serve their constituents, and brainstorm ideas for working together in the future.
ESPRIT, ESPRIT GALA and ESPRIT 2013 relate only to the yearly transgender conference
held in Port Angeles, WA. The conference and organization is not associated or connected
with the global apparel company Esprit or its marks.
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