October 6, 2015

Postpone & Build

ITL has to postpone the fall launch of Train the Trainer (TtT).  TtT, as an idea, has been in the pipeline for about a year and a half.  And, for 6 years, we've launched new programs for the Fall.  But, last Fall, we started to strip down our organizational structure for a re-build.  When one of our co-founders received a terminal cancer diagnosis, that re-build didn't happen.

We have Peer Mentors with enthusiasm; we have excited new youth who have registered for TtT; but we are short of enough staff time and energy to carry the program right now.

It is a radical and powerful idea to give youth the tools to re-write Trans Cultural Competency training.  That training is presented in hospitals, corporations, and non-profits every day all over North America.  It teaches service-providers who we are and what we need as trans people.  But trans lives have changed so much in the last ten years, the training must also change.  I want to put that in your hands.  I will put my 20 years of training experience behind your new presentations of what people need to know.  Together, we will be a powerful agent of change.

In order to provide a better program for you, ITL will: 
  1. postpone the program launch;
  2. recruit more adults and youth to staff ITL; then
  3. emerge with a powerful, well-aligned team.

Please accept our apology for this change in timing. 

Sincerely,
Bobby Peck
ITL Financial Coordinator
transleadership@gmail.com

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