2018 Schedule

CEC
We have been approved for 6 Cultural Competency CECs  
All the workshops except "Out Among the Civilians" and "Being Trans and #Me Too" approved for CECs

Parking: See Registration page for parking information



8:00 am - 9:00 am Registration with Continental Breakfast
9:00 am - 9:15 am Welcoming Remarks - Massey Auditorium

9:30 am - 10:30 am Session 1
Location Presenter Title
Massey Auditorium

Classroom A1

Classroom A8 Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective (HGLHC) AIDS Testing
Classroom B7  Jeri Beckford, JD Advocating for LGBTQI Rights in the Workplace
Classroom B9 (I)  Laurie Bonjo & Brenden Garcia All In the Family: Interventions Designed to Increase Trans Inclusion in Diverse Families
Classroom B16 (P) Rev. Moonhawk River Stone Being Trans and #MeToo
Classroom B17 (Q) Rev. Aaron Miller  The Vital Role of Religion, Faith, and Spirituality in the Health and Well-being of Transgender People
Classroom C1 (D) Stana Horzepa (Cancelled) Out among the Civilians (Cancelled)
Classroom C3 (E) Alix Simonetti & Robin Fox     Protection against Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Expression in Connecticut and Discrimination Complaint Process at the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities
Classroom C4 (A) Er. Andrea V. Boisseau CPS & Nick K. Chaleunphone Similarities and Differences Between Intersex and trans People
Classroom C5 (F)             

Classroom C6 (B)

10:45 am - 11:45 am Session 2
Location Presenter Title
Massey Auditorium     Ari Leigh Cancelled 
Classroom A1 Paul Levintino Stronger Together: Reclaiming Ourselves by Revisiting Our Unmet Needs
Classroom A8 HGLHC AIDS Testing
Classroom B7 Margot Margarones & William Howe “Do”s and “Don’t”s of Filing Complaints with Schools
Classroom B9 (I) Rosa Lee Klaneski Transgender Individuals and Incarceration
Classroom B16 (P) Rev. Moonhawk River Stone No Longer Lost in The Shuffle: Being Disabled and Trans
Classroom B17 (Q) Dr. A.C. Demidont  Trans Health NOW: Health Concerns Beyond Hormones
Classroom C1 (D)             
Classroom C4 (A)

Classroom C6 (B)

Noon - 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Session 3
Location Presenter Title
Massey Auditorium Fionnuala Darby-Hudgens and James Dresser Trans Discrimination and the Fight for Housing Justice
Classroom A1 GLAD Drop-in Legal Clinic Transgender Issues
Classroom A8 HGLHC AIDS Testing
Classroom B7  Laura Williams-panel PFLAG Hartford Teens Speak Out
Classroom B9 (I) Elizabeth Rowell & Thomas Goodkind  The Critical Need for Transgender Friendly Picture Books for Young Children
Classroom B16 (P) Rev. Moonhawk River Stone How To Successfully Transition in Your Employment: A Best Practices Model for the Trumpsian Times
Classroom B17 (Q)

Classroom C1 (D) Kathleen Harding Overcoming Challenges in Transgender Healthcare: A Consumer Perspective
Classroom C3 (E) Timothy Bussey Transgender Healthcare and Insurance Access: Contextualizing the Importance of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for Trans-Inclusive Healthcare
Classroom C4 (A)

Classroom C5 (F)

Classroom C6 (B)

Classroom C8 (H)

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Session 4
Location Presenter Title
Massey Auditorium     

Classroom A1

Classroom A8 HGLHC AIDS Testing
Classroom B7 Alberto Cifuentes, Jr., Kylar Maldonado & Emerson Mason Cheney  
 Troubles Within Our Rainbow: Trans, Genderqueer, and Non-Binary Students in Schools  
Classroom B9 (I) Kathleen Harding Be the CHANGE - Be an ALLY
Classroom B16 (P) Rev. Moonhawk River Stone  Family Through A Gender Transition
Classroom B17 (Q) Dallas Denny When we Become Non-Binary
Classroom C1 (D) AJ Eckert Transgender Youth: Puberty Suppression, Support, and Building a Program
Classroom C3 (E) Charlie Arrowood Insurance Equality for Transgender People: How to Exercise Your Rights to Get the Care that You Need
Classroom C4 (A)

Classroom C5 (F)    
Classroom C6 (B)

Classroom C8 (H)     

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Keynote
Massey Auditorium CTAC Awards
Massey Auditorium Keynote Dr. Elijah C. Nealy, PhD, M.Div, LCSW