Gender Inclusive Language and Data Collection with Howard Brown Health (updated date)

  • 10/25/2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom


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The goal of “Gender Inclusive Language and Data Collection” is to give an overview of gender inclusive language, how to use it, its importance, and how to incorporate gender inclusive language into the data collection process. This training will cover the basics of LGBTQ+ terminology, pronoun usage, gender neutral and inclusive language, as well as best practices for sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data collection. Participants will leave the session with increased comfortability with SOGI data collection, using gender inclusive language, and working with LGBTQ+ populations.

Presented by Howard Brown Health Staff:

Gabriella Mulder (she/her) is a Training Specialist with Howard Brown Health’s Department of Education in the Center for Education, Research, and Advocacy. Gabi holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago in Gender and Sexuality Studies and Sociology, and
a master’s degree from DePaul University in Women’s and Gender Studies. Her master’s thesis focused on cultural discourses around fat queer bodies with regards to sexuality, gender identity, and gender
expression. In her current role, Gabi provides and develops culturally humble, evidence based, interactive trainings on LGBTQ+ health, manages internship applications, and is part of the Midwest LGBTQ+ Health Symposium Planning Committee. She is passionate about gender and sexuality studies, LGBTQ+ health, and fat studies and is always excited to talk about it.

Jory Zhang (he/him) is a queer and trans-identified Asian American with deep roots in Chicago. He has worked in healing justice for survivors of sexual violence and trauma since 2011 and currently serves as a Training Specialist for Howard Brown Health with focus on trauma-informed care, Transgender and Gender-Diverse best practices, and reproductive justice Jory believes in patient-centered and harm-reductive approaches to care and hopes to build restorative and transformative justice models into his practice in response to community needs and desires.

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