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Now Accepting Applications to Join TransOhio Board of Directors!

Over the next several months, TransOhio will be appointing new members to its Board of Directors.
Diversity & Geographical Representation
Our mission is to serve the Ohio transgender and ally communities by providing services, education, support and advocacy which promotes and improves the health, safety and life experience of the Ohio transgender individual and community.
The future for TransOhio and its community promises to be exciting. The organization will continue to have a positive impact on the Ohio Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming communities, and the Board of Directors plays a critical role in this invaluable work.
Our goals with Board of Directors recruitment is to:
  • Be representative of our community’s diversity
  • Geographically represent Ohio and those TransOhio serves (See geographic breakdown)
  • Recruit potential allies
  • Recruit experienced/seasoned in non-profit board, social or other political organizations (including student governments)
  • Recruit board members with work experience in the following fields:
    • Human Resources
    • Marketing
    • Finance
    • Legal
    • Fundraising / Special Events
    • Grant Writing
Board Responsibilities
A primary responsibility of a Board of Director is to participate in the development of policy and major decision-making at board meetings held the 1st Sunday of each month at 3:00 pm at Stonewall Columbus – The Center on High.  Board of Directors who reside outside of Central Ohio will be able to attend board meetings by conference call or skype.  The full TransOhio Board of Directors will meet in person three times a year.  Additional responsibilities include participation in various TransOhio initiatives and activities.  We also expect Board members to promote TransOhio passionately, ethically, respectfully and with integrity in your interactions with members and allies of our community as well as with members and individuals in the general Ohio community.

Since its founding in 2005, TransOhio has become recognized nationally as an effective statewide resource for the Ohio Transgender, gender non-conforming and Partner and Ally communities. We are making a difference and we cordially invite you to apply to become a part of this growing organization!

If you wish to be considered as a candidate for the Board of Directors, please click on the link below to submit your application electronically.  Additionally after you complete the online form, please forward a current resume to nominate@transohio.org. Board recruitment will take place on a rolling basis.

To submit your application, please fill out this online application: TO Board of Directors Application

https://spreadsheets0.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dGQ3WUkwWUh6bk91Q3kxZDktaDd4ZHc6MQ#gid=0 )

To forward your resume:  nominate@transohio.org

If you have any questions or would like to discuss roles and responsibilities of board members, please contact TransOhio at nominate@transohio.org, or by phone at: 614-441-8167.


TransOhio Board of Directors & the Nominating Committee

4th Annual TransOhio Unity Picnic – Saturday, June 5, 2010

4th Annual TransOhio Unity Picnic

4th Annual TransOhio Unity Picnic
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Goodale Park, Columbus
All are welcome (kids & pets too!)!

This is our annual Unity Picnic which is open to the ENTIRE GLBTQI & Allied Community!

Saturday, June 5, 2010 — RAIN OR SHINE!

Food. Games. Conversation. Community. Prizes. And more!

The Unity Picnic is open to everybody, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.

It’s a wonderful opportunity to hang out, relax,
enjoy some great bbq and picnic-style food, friends and conversation!

Please bring a picnic-style dish to share, and your own drinks**
**alcohol is not permitted in the park
(bring a chair, sun block and your family and friends)!

TransOhio provides hotdogs/hamburgers/chicken.
If you’re vegetarian or vegan (please bring your own ‘main’ entrée), we’ll make sure that grill space is available for you!

Volunteers needed for setup, end of day cleanup and general picnic stuff!

Email TransOhio@gmail.com and let us know!

Idealist.org Cleveland Nonprofit Career Fair: Case Western Reserve University

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Idealist.org Cleveland Nonprofit Career Fair will take place at Case Western Reserve University and is generously hosted by The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations, The Center for Civic Engagement and Learning, The Center for Community Partnerships, The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and The Case Career Center.

The nonprofit career fair will consist of:

  • An informal networking period for nonprofit recruiters and representatives from local colleges and university Offices of Career Services.
  • The fair itself, where job seekers can distribute resumes and speak with nonprofit recruiters about current and future employment, internship, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Free information sessions offering nonprofit career advice to all job seekers.

The fair is free for individuals to attend. The fee for nonprofit organizations to reserve a table is $60.

So far, the following organizations have registered for the career fair, and more are registering every day:

To register to attend, visit http://idealist.org/if/idealist/en/CareerFair/Viewer/default?career-fair-id=245

(Ohio) Lobby Day for Equality 2010 – Registration Now Open!

Lobby Day for Equality 2010 – May 19, 2010
Registration Now Open

For the last four years, HUNDREDS of Ohioans have visited their elected officials to talk with them about equal rights for ALL Ohioans regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Mothers, fathers, families, clergy members, students – straight and gay, young and old – they took a day off from school or work to come to Columbus for Lobby Day.

The Equal Housing and Employment Act (EHEA) will be heard in the Ohio Senate soon and this is the best chance ever for it to pass.  When it passes, this will be the first pro-equality bill ever enacted at the state level in Ohio.

But make no mistake, the EHEA will not pass if we don’t work for it.

Bring your story to the statehouse on May 19th to make a difference.

It is sometimes tempting to think we don’t need to work as hard for equality anymore. However, it is more important than ever that you tell your legislator that discrimination will not be tolerated in Ohio.

Discrimination is an all-too-unpleasant reality for many LGBT people in our state. We need every one who supports equality to join us in Columbus and speak up – regardless of your legislators’ current position. Legislators who are not supportive of LGBT rights need to keep hearing about our lives and our issues.  Legislators who are supportive of LGBT equality need to know that we support them as they have supported us.

Ohioans should not fear losing their livelihood because they are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.  It’s time Ohio’s laws matched Ohioan’s values.
As always, we’ll help you prepare and get you important information and facts to make sure you’re comfortable and ready.  You’ll get tips and training, and be assigned to a team on Lobby Day to support one another and share the lobbying experience.

Don’t wait! Click here to register now for Lobby Day 2010 – your story is a very important asset to make the day a success!

3rd Annual TransOhio Transgender & Ally Symposium: Call for Presenters

We’re pleased to announce that our 3rd Annual TransOhio Transgender & Ally Symposium will be held the weekend of August 13-15, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio!

3rd Annual TransOhio Transgender & Ally Symposium: Call for Presenters!

We are currently accepting program proposals to be presented at the 3rd Annual TransOhio Transgender & Ally Symposium to be held August 13-15, 2010!

All proposals should be submitted online. Symposium Proposals (https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=puHuRpiFcPX-Utic6CRFmXw)

This year we are expanding our symposium this year to include:

Friday, August 13th: Provider’s Day
Explicitly for medical, legal, and social work professionals (CLEs/CLUs)

Saturday, August 14th: General Conference
Covering a broad range of interests throughout the community

Sunday, August 15th: General Conference
Continuation of programs with a diversity of topics

Proposals can be for a seminar, presentation, panel, workshop, discussion group, activity and/or performance space, fellowship activity, arts and crafts, etc.

We will seriously consider all submissions, and will give preference to fresh ideas. So don’t be shy, and think outside the box! Please fill out this form as it will appear for publication. The information that you submit will be used on the conference website, in advance publicity, and in the program book.

Keep in mind that Friday’s program is geared toward the continued education of service providers. Please indicate in the space provided whether you have presented the topic before, and if CLEs/CLUs were offered with attendance.

Depending on scheduling, we may request that you present both Friday and Saturday if the topic will also benefit the larger community, and we will consider this as space allows.

All proposals should be submitted online. Symposium Proposals ( https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=puHuRpiFcPX-Utic6CRFmXw)


Need ideas? Have any questions, comments, or concerns? Please direct them to Milo Primeaux at milo@transohio.org!

Interested in being a Sponsor of this year’s Symposium? Email Shane Morgan for Sponsorship packets (shane@transohio.org)!

Good luck!

TransOhio Board of Directors & Symposium Planning Committee
Educate. Advocate. Support. Community.