PFLAG hopes you will join our virtual meeting May 13th at 7:00 pm by clicking the following link and registering now. Our speaker will be Genevieve Ma’yet! Genevieve will be having an open ended conversation about life, perspective, how to see everything as a learning opportunity and not get upset! We hope you can attend!

Topic: If you don’t mind, then it don’t matter! Stories and Struggles from an Eternal Optimist.

Bio: Genevieve Ma’yet is much more than the lovable science teacher she plays at Booker T Washington High School for the Performance and Visual Arts. She is the first transgender teacher at Booker T Washington High School for the Performance and Visual Arts, the first transgender student commencement speaker at Texas Woman’s University, and the first transgender woman to solo hike Sawtooth Ridge in California.

Additionally, she is a published poet and author, a certified SCUBA diver and personal trainer, a painter, avid outdoors person, and currently a member on the Earthx Education Advisory Council. She completed two marathons, gathered two master’s degrees, written two books, and has plans for a third masters and book to be written.

Moreover, she was one of ten teachers nationally to earn the Staples #ThankATeacher Sweepstakes Award, NASA – Minority University Research and Education Program (MUREP) STEM Educator Institute Attendee, guest speaker at Disrupt HR: *Transcending the Transgender Mythos,* and guest speaker on Visions of Education: *Episode 39: Supporting Transgender Students.*

(You will receive the link to the meeting the morning of May 13th. Please
add PFLAG.Dallas.Zoom@gmail.com to your contacts so the meeting link email does not go into your spam or junk folders.)


PFLAG Dallas is a group within and in support of the LGBTQ+ community, their parents, family, friends and allies.  We educate and advocate for equality for all.  Together we are stronger.
We are here for you.  Please call 972.849.0383 and leave a message.  We will return your call.  You can also send us an email at pflagdallas@outlook.com.