delfin bautista, MSW, mdiv, Director of the LGBT Center at Ohio University
Genny Beemyn, Ph.D., director of the Stonewall Center at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Jennifer Finney Boylan, PhD, Professor of English at Colby College, member of board of directors of GLAAD and the board of trustees of the Kinsey Institute for Research on Sex, Gender, and Reproduction
Kylar Broadus, JD, head of People of Color Coalition, professor
Tamar Carmel, MD, Family Medicine and Psychiatry resident at University of Pittsburgh
Peter Cava, PhD candidate, Feminism, Gender, and Sexuality at Florida Atlantic University; board member of the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council; conference planning coordinator for Transecting Society Conference
Jules Chyten-Brennan, PhD student, osteopathic medical, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Dallas Denny is a writer and activist who divides her time between New York and Georgia. You can view her accomplishments at www.dallasdenny.org <http://www.dallasdenny.org> and dallasdenny.com/writing.
Maddie Deutsch, MD, works with LA gay and lesbian center and UCSF transgender excellence program
Lore M. Dickey, PhD is a trans man; an Assistant Professor at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA; and an active member of the American Psychological Association.
Cecilia Gentili, Group Leader, Queens Transgender Latina Group
Miqqi Alicia Gilbert, (aka Michael A. Gilbert), PhD is a Professor of Philosophy at York University in Toronto, Canada, Director of Fantasia Fair, and the author of many articles on Gender Theory and Argumentation Theory as well as several books on the latter subject.
Zil Goldstein, NP, primary care at Beth Israel
Nick Gorton is a physician who provides health care to transgender patients at Lyon-Martin Health Services, while working closely with the Transgender Law Center, both in in San Francisco.
Jamison Green, very well-known trans activist, author of Becoming a Visible Man
Hilary Maia Grubb, MD, is a resident in General Adult Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, and primary author of several new LGBT health curricula for the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Columbia University School of Nursing, and the New York-Presbyterian Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program.
Lance Hicks is a mixed-race, transgender, queer Detroiter who does queer youth organizing, sex worker street outreach/support, and crisis intervention.
Tobi Hill-Meyer is a multiracial trans activist and filmmaker who founded Handbasket Productions where she created Doing it Ourselves, the first and currently only porn film made by and for trans women and their community.
Ruben Hopwood, PhD, Psychologist at Fenway LGBT health center and health of their trans counseling program
Joe Ippolito, PsyD., LICSW, is a Doctoral of Psychology, a behavioral health clinician with Allina Health Systems, a Psychology Professor at Metropolitan State University, the Founder & Chair of Gender Reel, the Administrative Director of 2 Queers and A Camera, and the Producer & Director of "Growing Old Gracefully: The Transgender Experience."
Colt Keo-Meier, PhD is a clinical psychologist in Houston, Texas, co-chair of the Committee for Transgender People and Gender Diversity of Division 44 of the American Psychological Association, co-chair of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health Student Initiative, and co-founder of Gender Infinity, an annual Houston based summer conference created for gender diverse and transgender children, youth, and their families.
Aidan Key runs trans conference called "Gender Odyssey "
Kate Kourbatova, BA, Anthropology, University of Washington, gender-fluid human from post-Soviet Eastern Europe
Kestryl Cael Lowrey, MA, is a Brooklyn-based scholar and performance artist, and is the creator of performances such as XY(T), 348, and RADCLYFFE: The Completely Honest and Mostly True Story of Victorian England's Second Most Notorious Invert.
Sassafras Lowrey is the winner of the 2013 Lambda Literary Foundation Berzon Emerging Author Award; more info about Sassafras is available at www.SassafrasLowrey.com <http://www.sassafraslowrey.com/>
Shannon Minter, JD, head of National Center for Lesbian Rights
Quince Mountain - editor of Killing the Buddha, a literary magazine on religion.
Lazlo Ilya Pearlman is a performing artist and author with thirty years of experience making Queer and Trans theatre in the USA, the UK, and continental Europe, and who is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of London Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Kel Polly & Ryan Polly
Naim Rasul, PhD candidate, health educator at Planned Parenthood, NYC
Elana Redfield, JD, attorney with the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and a board member of the Lorena Borjas Community Fund, both based in New York City.
Heath Mackenzie Reynolds is a Brooklyn-based social services provider and organizer with over a decade of experience providing supportive services and programming in health centers, community organizations, libraries, and congregations.
Ms. Jamie T. Roberts, JD, practices law as a criminal defense attorney in middle Georgia and is Vice-Chair of Georgia Equality, Georgia's statewide TLBG education and advocacy organization, as well as Secretary of her County Committee of the Democratic Party of Georgia.
Dean Scarborough hails from the Bay Area of California, where he is a feminist sex educator and a somatic therapist-in-training.
Holiday Simmons, MSW, National Community Educator at Lambda Legal, a member of the Georgia Safe Schools Coalition, the Trans People of Color Coalition, and a lover of nature, soccer, and social justice
Anneliese A. Singh, Ph.D., LPC is an Associate Professor at The University of Georgia, International Section Associate Editor for the Journal of Counseling & Development, and founding member of the Georgia Safe Schools Coalition; her research and advocacy focuses on the resilience of trans people of color
Evan Smith, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology, Chair of Psychology, and Director of the Women and Gender Studies program at Elizabethtown College.
Carey Jean Sojka, MA, is currently a doctoral candidate in Sociology at the University at Albany, SUNY, and an instructor in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Southern Oregon University.
Jessica Lina Stirba, JD/MS, is an activist and scholar living in Brooklyn with her loving partner and two cats.
Mixter Jae DK Szeszycki-Truesdell, MA, MPH is an HIV Testing Counselor for the AIDS Health Foundation and a contributing member of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Group on LGBT Health
Reid Vanderburgh, MA, Counseling Psychology, John F. Kennedy University Graduate School for Holistic Studies; retired marriage and family therapist, Portland, Oregon
Syrus Marcus Ware, visual artist, activist, radio programmer
Fresh! White, CPCC is a Life, Career and Spiritual Coach; Principle of Affirmative Acts Coaching, Writer, Speaker, Core Coach with Prism Coaching
Tarynn Witten, PhD, University of Virginia
Ziegler, Kortney Ryan, PhD, writer, artist, and social entrepreneur dedicated to ending all forms of transgender discrimination.