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My Youtube Channel…

You can see my youtube channel here.

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Testopel

Thoughts on Testopel

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New York State Association of Independent Schools – Athletic Directors

Spent my birthday speaking to the NYSAIS Athletic Directors conference. Thanks so much for your support and guidance for kids!

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The Economist – Pride and Prejudice 2017

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Honored to speak at the 2017 Pride and Prejudice conference in New York. Great group of people. Thanks to The Economist for hosting!    

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National Association of Independent Schools – Annual Conference

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Dan Paradis, Head of School for The Park School, touched me by quoting my elementary school teacher who described me in three words as “Curious, Strong and Kind.” The event included hundreds of teachers and administrators from the nation’s independent schools with educators standing … Continue reading

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Slate: Texas should learn from Harvard

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2017-02-27 Slate – The Trans Boy – Schuyler cited

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Summer Camps

If being comfortable in your gender and enjoying typical summer camp activities while exploring who you are with others who may understand parts of your journey is something your are looking for Camp Aranu’tiq may be for you. I have … Continue reading

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Amherst

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Amherst took great care of me!  Also honored to see one of my inspirations.

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Jennifer Finney Boylan!

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Boston JCC: The Future of Gender

Honored to speak December 5th, 2016 at the Boston JCC on the Future of Gender panel. Moderating the conversation was Idit Klein, Executive Director of Keshet, a national organization that works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life. Panelists included me and: … Continue reading

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