Gender Spectrum works in partnership with leading organizations, businesses and institutions to help create gender-inclusive environments, strengthening our work and helping you enrich your group’s work.
The 2020 Gender Spectrum Professionals’ Symposium
We are ever so grateful to the businesses and organizations who, through their sponsorship and support, helped to make the 2020 Gender Spectrum Professionals' Symposium our most successful yet
Our Sibling Organization, Reimagine Gender
Gender Spectrum works closely with our sibling organization, Reimagine Gender, whose vision is for every person to live fully as their authentic self, without limiting who they are or their potential by trying to fit into narrow and constricting gender norms. They work toward this by educating people about evolving understandings of gender and providing them with resources and tools to actively reimagine gender in their world.
Supporting Youth with Gender Education and Community
With support from the Happy Hippie Foundation, we provide online information and resources to give all young people help in understanding and embracing gender diversity. Support also helps us provide online programs, groups, an online community and an annual Conference where young people can connect and find support.
Advancing Acceptance Campaign
We recently partnered with former Vice-President Joe Biden’s Foundation and the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) on a national campaign highlighting the impact of family and community support for transgender youth.
Principles of Gender-Inclusive Puberty and Health Education
Our new resource, the first-ever comprehensive principles for gender-inclusive puberty and health education (PHE), was endorsed by six leading organizations that are recognized for their commitment to young people. See the principles document, FAQs, resources and more.
California Reducing Disparities Project
Gender Spectrum works with the California Department of Public Health on a five-year project to conduct rigorous evaluation of our professional development programs. We are measuring changes related to gender among participants in our trainings, as well as school and district level change.
LGBTQ National Advisory Council
Together with BBBS, MENTOR and a group of national experts, we helped develop a guide to give mentoring programs, youth serving agencies, schools, and others the best practices for serving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQQ) youth.