LGBTQIA+ Health Forum Presenters

Learn more about our 2019 LGBTQIA+ Health Forum presenters and explore their scheduled presentations.

Plenary Session Speaker

Ossai Uchenna
Uchenna Ossai, PT, DPT, WCS, CSC Assistant Professor, Department of Women's Health, University of Texas Dell Medical School & Founder, YouSeeLogic, LLC Plenary Speaker
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Dr. Uchenna "UC" Ossai is a pelvic health physical therapist, sex educator and AASECT-certified sex counselor. She is currently assistant professor in the Department of Women's at the University of Texas Dell Medical School as well as pelvic health program manager for UT Health Austin. As founder of YouSeeLogic (, a sexual education platform for adults a.k.a. "grown folk", her mission is to improve the sexual intelligence and audacity through honest and innovate sex education. Her clinical and research interests include the sexual and pelvic health of marginalized populations, particularly Black women and the LGBTQ+ community. She also serves as executive board treasurer for the Section of Women's Health (APTA) and is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Michigan Sexual Health Certification Program.

Patient Panel Moderator

Dulce Garcia
Dulce Garcia Health Educator & Rape Crisis Counselor Patient Panel
Dulce is a fierce queer Chicana Fat Femme born in Mexico City and raised in East Los Angeles, she graduated from UC Irvine with two Bachelor degrees and received her Master's degree in Ethnic Studies from San Francisco State University. Her passion and commitment to serve underrepresented and underserved communities is rooted in an anti-oppression framework and is evident through her work in cross-cultural and multi-gender organizations. As a CA State certified Rape Crisis Counselor, she provides holistic modes of healing, as well as interactive educational trainings while integrating rape crisis services. As a sexual health educator she advocates for self-empowerment through education that is fun, non-judgmental, and accessible to her audience. Her film "With Conviction" won the Audience Choice Award at the Queer Women of Color Film Festival and screened in Paris, France at the International Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival. On her free time you can catch her performing on stage with In Lak'ech Dance Academy – the only Queer and Trans, Bachata and Salsa Dance academy in the U. S.

Concurrent Session Presenters

Kiyaan Abadani
Kiyaan Abadani   Community Panel

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Erica Anderson
Erica Anderson, PhD Professor and Clinical Psychologist Transference and Countertransference
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Erica E. Anderson is a clinical psychologist, academic administrator, healthcare executive, professor, and consultant. During a career that spans 4 decades she has held academic appointments in health psychology, public health, clinical psychology, healthcare management and pediatrics. She has also served as an Executive in a number of Healthcare Businesses. At the University of California at San Francisco she works in the Child and Adolescent Gender Clinic in Pediatric Endocrinology. There she consults with transgender and gender nonconforming children, adolescents, their families and other healthcare professionals and supports training of healthcare professional students, residents, and fellows in the rapidly advancing field of transgender healthcare. In her private consulting practice Erica provides consultation to corporations on issues related to sexual and gender diversity and inclusion (including gender transition) of transgender and gender nonconforming leaders, and private clinical services to youth, adults, couples, and families. She has consulted on transgender issues in Sweden where she has also appeared on the celebrated show Allt for Sverige. She was the first transgender person on a prime time TV show in Sweden. She has been recognized there with awards on GayGalen, an annual televised awards show for the LGBTQ community in Scandinavia. She returns each year to speak at Pride in Stockholm and consults with the Swedish Government. In 2018 at Europride she was an invited speaker and participant in the Human Rights Conference focused on LGBTQ rights in Europe. She serves on several Boards and is now the President Elect of USPATH, the newly created affiliate of WPATH which publishes the Standards of Care for transgender healthcare. In previous work she has held academic appointments at the University of Minnesota, Thomas Jefferson University, Immaculata University and John F. Kennedy University.
Gregory Barnell
Gregory Barnell, MS, MA, NP-C Adult Care Nurse Practitioner, Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center Anal Sex & Anal Health
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Greg Barnell is the clinical lead for the Anal Dysplasia Clinic at Kaiser Permanente, Oakland Medical Center. Greg provides anal cancer prevention screening and post-anal cancer surveillance with high-resolution anoscopy (HRA) for 500-600 people per year. Greg is a graduate of the UCSF School of Nursing and has degrees in non-medical fields from Yale University and the University of Michigan. Areas of research include tolerability and effectiveness of HRA. Greg is working to make anal cancer prevention screening part of routine care for all HIV+ and MSM members of Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
Chris Daly
Chris Daly, MD Psychiatrist, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, San Jose PrEP, Youth at Risk, Mental Health Needs
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Chris Daly graduated from Stanford University with a degree in psychology and completed post graduate work in molecular immunology at the Gladstone Institutes for Virology and Immunology in San Francisco. Dr. Daly completed his medical degree at Columbia University, and adult psychiatry residency training at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He went on to join the UCSF faculty at the San Francisco General inpatient psychiatry site where he was team leader for the HIV/LGBT focus team. Dr. Daly led a workshop at the annual American Psychiatric Association on transgender cultural competency and published an FAQ for transgender care. Dr. Daly also worked at the University of Vermont (UVM) where he served as medical director for the partial hospital and intensive outpatient services and taught second year pharmacology for UVM residents as well as advanced forensic lectures. He currently works at Kaiser, San Jose, part-time in Adult Psychiatry and part time in the Infectious Disease department doing his long-term passion of HIV psychiatry.
Maisha Davis
Maisha Davis, MD, MPH Staff Physician at San Francisco Department of Public Health Structures and Self: Advancing Equity and Justice in Sexual and Reproductive Health
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Maisha Davis, MD, MPH is a staff physician at San Francisco Department of Public Health and formerly Chief Resident at Swedish Family Medicine, Cherry Hill, Seattle. Dr. Davis was Project Coordinator for the California Black Women's Health Project and Cinnamongirl Incorporated. She recieved her MD from UCSF and MPH fom Berkeley.
Madeline Deutsch
Madeline Deutsch, MD Medical Director, UCSF Transgender Care, Associate Professor, Clinical Family & Community Medicine, UCSF Trans 101/201
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Maddie Deutsch, MD is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the department of Family and Community Medicine and the Clinical Lead for the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health. She chairs the Medical Advisory Board which develops evidence-based expert consensus guidelines for the UCSF Primary Care Protocols for Transgender Care, and serves on the Transgender Evaluation and Technical Assistance Team, part of a HRSA-funded SPNS initiative exploring linkage and retention in care of HIV-positive transgender women of color. Areas of research include effects of hormones on lipids and metabolism, cervical cancer risk in transgender men, issues impacting primary care access for transgender people, and the use of electronic medical records in the care of transgender people. Dr. Deutsch sits on the editorial boards for the International Journal of Transgenderism and the Journal of LGBT Health. Dr. Deutsch provides transgender-inclusive primary care as well as hormone therapy at UCSF-Mount Zion Women's Health Primary Care and maintains a transgender consultation clinic at UC-Berkeley Student Health Services. Prior to coming to UCSF Dr. Deutsch was the founder and director of the Transgender Health Program at the LA Gay and Lesbian Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center and Ryan White Grantee which provides care to over 600 transgender patients, both HIV-positive and HIV-negative.
Katie Felong
Katie Felong   Community Panel

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Kai Gault
Kai Gault   Community Panel

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Davi dJay
David Jay Founder, Asexual Health: Understanding and Supporting Ace Patients
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David is the founder and board chair of, the world's first and largest community of people identifying as asexual, demisexual and gray-a. He has been working to create open, honest public dialog about ace experience.
Brima Jah
Brima Jah, MA, MFTi, E-RYT Psychotherapist, Yoga Instructor Yoga: Paths for Returning to Wholeness
Trauma, Yoga and Personal Training: Navigating Healing in Colonized Healthcare Systems
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Brima recovered from a cervical spine fractures and spinal fusion surgeries through an integration of consistent yoga practice, personal training and other healing modalities that are not commonly funded by managed care health provider systems. An eternal student of yoga and psychotherapist, he is turned on by discovering the relationship between the "external," or our bodies and the "internal," or our minds. Principles that guide him as a yoga practitioner and teacher are informed by his nearly 15 years exploration of several styles and disciplines: Bikram, Sivananda, Lotus Flow, Iyengar, Trauma-Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Katonah. His study, training and experience of psychotherapy---both professionally and personally---led him into an unfolding quest of bringing awareness to his thoughts, understanding the relationship between his thoughts and emotions, noticing how his emotions influenced his choices, and how those choices either create stagnancy or create freedom. In this same vein, he teaches yoga based on the assumption that each student lives in their "home," their own body, with an innate wisdom that can remember, reveal, repeat, or restore patterns for healing through the lens of the yoga, personal training and healthcare practices not commonly funded by managed health care systems. He is committed to restoring equity in health care for disenfranchised communities, manages a housing program for transitional aged, teaches yoga teacher trainings with Breath for Change and is in the process of becoming a certified personal trainer. He loves cake.
Zoe Julian
Zoe Julian, MD, MPH (she/her/hers) Equity and Inclusion Chief Resident, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, UCSF Structures and Self: Advancing Equity and Justice in Sexual and Reproductive Health
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As a clinician, researcher, and educator, Zoe is committed to centering community voices typically relegated to the margins. Alongside mentors and co-conspirators, she has designed a justice-oriented curriculum in sexual and reproductive health that empowers clinical learners to become structural change agents for equity. After completing her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology this summer, she will be relocating to North Carolina for additional health equity research training as an inaugural National Clinician Scholar at Duke University, while continuing a clinical practice in general obstetrics and gynecology. She is a black queer cis-woman, persistently working to decolonize herself and medicine in the process. More programing information:
Niki Khanna
Niki Khanna MA, AMFT Therapist and Educator Patient Panel
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Niki Khanna MA, AMFT is a therapist and educator in the Bay Area, CA. Her focus is working within the Queer, Trans and Intersex communities. She is also a certified Sexual Health Educator and has spent over 20 years working in Sex Education, Sexual Assault and Rape Prevention Education as well as Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Education. She identifies as a Femme, Intersex, and POC. She is passionate about finding ways to use the skills she has developed to contribute to the Intersex community. She provides workshops and mental health support to both the AIS-DSD Support Group and InterAct, two of the largest Intersex support and advocacy organizations in the country. Her current projects are developing practical training modules for mental health providers working with Intersex clients and their families and writing/editing a chapter focused on Intersex for a forthcoming textbook on trauma within the LGBTIAQ+ communities.
Lina Khoeur
Lina Khoeur 1st year medical student Documentary Screening: House of God
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UCSF medical student Lina Khoeur is a student coordinator for the Transgender Health course taught by session presenter Madeline Deutsch. Lina was a Community Health and Prevention Research Master's student at Stanford. Lina received the Empowering Asian/Asian American Communities Fellowship and the Special Achievement award for Stanford's Asian American Awards, and was named a Haas Center Public Service Scholar, as well as a Cardinal Service honoree.
Leigh Kimberg
Leigh Kimberg, MD Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSF, Program in Medical Education for the Urban Underserved, Program Director Trauma Informed Care
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Dr. Leigh Kimberg is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF and the Program Director of the Program in Medical Education for the Urban Underserved (PRIME-US) in the UCSF School of Medicine. She is the Intimate Partner Violence and Family Violence Prevention Coordinator for the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) and serves on the San Francisco Family Violence Council. Dr. Kimberg founded LEAP (Look to End Abuse Permanently) to develop intimate partner violence prevention, screening, and treatment programs in healthcare settings. LEAP's website is used by clinics locally and nationally. Currently, Dr. Kimberg directs a federally funded program called ARISE (Aspire to Realize Improved Safety and Equity). ARISE aims to build multi-sector university-community partnerships to prevent and mitigate trauma, support resilience, and promote health equity and social justice. Currently, ARISE is based in the San Francisco Health Network primary care system and is transforming our ability to prevent and mitigate the effects of interpersonal violence through trauma-informed care and partnerships. Dr. Kimberg attended Harvard Medical School and did her primary care/internal medicine residency at San Francisco General Hospital, UCSF. She has practiced primary care for over 25 years, caring for uninsured and underinsured patients who face trauma and its impacts with great courage. She is grateful for the privilege of practicing compassion and healing through healthcare and hopes you will care for yourself while caring for others. And, as a lesbian, she is grateful for our LGBTQIA community's collective resilience and striving for justice.
Lee Lemus
Lee Lemus Clinical herbalist, Medical Student, UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Program Herbalism for Trans Care
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Lee L. Lemus (gender pronouns: they/them) is a transmasculine chicano health disparities researcher, clinical herbalist, medical student (UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program), and trainer on transgender-affirming and sex positive healthcare. Lee worked for a decade as a community organizer before beginning medical school, serving as founding director of Erósfera, Center for Sexual Health and Rights in Puebla, Mexico, and co-owner of Bluestockings Bookstore & Activist Center in NYC. Lee advocates for their communities via research on structural determinants of health for PLHIV and homeless TGNC youth.
Hans Lindhall
Hans Lindhall Director of Communications and Outreach, InterACT and InterACT Advocates for Intersex Youth Intersex Youth and Advocacy Projects
Intersex Patient Advocate Panel
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Hans serves as Communications Director for interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth and has been active in intersex art and activism since 2015. She has spoken to general audiences, doctors, lawyers, and state legislatures about intersex issues. Features include NBC, The Washington Post, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, and Teen Vogue. Hans does sensitivity reading work for authors and creators with the goal of creating sensitive intersex representation in comics and other media. She works from San Francisco, CA. She works from San Francisco, CA.
Irving Ling
Irving Ling Medical student at the UCSF A Conversation with Dominique Jackson
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Irving is a medical student at the UCSF, and his research interests are in health equity and advocacy for API communities, immigrant, youth, LGBTQ, and other communities of color. As a Biology and Ethnic Studies double major at UCSD, he was always interested in examining the ways in which structural barriers such as institutional racism work to actively produce health inequity and disparities for marginalized communities. Passionate about social justice, health equity and issues facing communities of color, he hopes to make a difference for underserved populations through primary care and public health innovation and advocacy.
Larissa Maier
Larissa Maier, PhD Postdoctoral Fellow, UCSF Department of Psychiatry Policy Advocacy Writing for Scientists in Support of LGBTQ Populations
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Larissa J. Maier is an SNSF-funded postdoc at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Her research aims to evaluate substance use behavior in relation to drug policy contexts and to leverage digital health technologies to increase access to treatment for people with problematic use. She is committed to changing the negative narrative about people who use drugs to reduce stigma and increase public health by means of effective science communication. Before moving to San Francisco, Larissa worked as a research associate at the Swiss Research Institute for Public Health and Addiction (ISGF) at the University of Zurich and as a consultant in drug use epidemiology at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna. Since 2014, she is a member of the Core Research Team of the Global Drug Survey (GDS) aiming to make drug use safer, regardless of the legal status of the drug. Also, she is an active member of several professional societies (CPDD, EUSPR, ISSDP, ISSUP, SPR) with an international focus and has, most recently, joined the leadership team of the UCSF Science Policy Group. In this position, Larissa is interested in supporting the LGBTQIA+ community at UCSF in advocating for inclusive policies that guarantee health for all.
Suegee Tamar Mattis
Suegee Tamar Mattis, DO Founder, Transgender Clinic at Santa Rosa Community Health Centers Barriers to Health Care for Intersex Adults
Suegee Tamar-Mattis DO is a family physician, and a long-time advocate for the intersex community. She is a member of the medical advisory boards for the AIS-DSD Support Group and for InterACT: Advocates for Youth, organizations that support intersex people and their families. She is also affiliated faculty at the UCSF Institute for Health & Aging. As a physician, Suegee is the founder of the Transgender Clinic at Santa Rosa Community Health Centers, which has provided health care for the trans communities of the North Bay for over 10 years.
Niki Khanna
Hushidar Mortezaie Fashion Designer and Visual Artist Art Exhibit
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Hushidar Mortezaie was born in Tehran and immigrated to the Bay Area in 1975. He moved to NYC in 1994 for 10 years, after which, he returned to California, living between the Bay Area and Los Angeles. Mortezaie's work spans the mediums of textile, packaging, graphic design, painting, and fashion. Conceptually his work dives into the junctions of gender, politics, and archive. He holds a mirror to the intersection of mass consumption and stereotype through branding, propaganda, and the cult of celebrity. Mortezaie is a fashion designer and visual artist who combines these varied mediums into installation-like tableaus that create a political pop art world of satire and artifice, reflecting the dystopia and information overload of the 21st century through detail and layering of concepts, ages, and mediums. He draws upon his Iranian and Muslim roots, using fashion as an artist's medium to convey that what one wears is a political act that can signify defiance, faith, and strength—yet simultaneously stereotype and control. Through his pioneer celebration of his heritage, Mortezaie's work prompted the rise of Middle Eastern style and Islamic motifs in fashion and Iranian New Wave conceptual art in the late 1990s forward. His work has been featured in publications including Italian Vogue, Huffington Post, W magazine, worn by Brad Pitt in the motion picture Fight Club as well as by Sarah Jessica Parker in the TV Show Sex and the City. Singers such as Madonna, Britney Spears, and Beyonce, along with other celebrities, transferred his visual messages with all of the beauty of the Middle East to a Western audience. He created a new visual language through graphic design, fashion, and fine art to inspire a new generation of Iranian American immigrants to take pride in their culture with the hopes for the children of the new Iranian Renaissance and throughout the region to flourish.
Thomas Pospiech
Thomas Pospiech, PhD candidate PhD candidate, University of Michigan and UCSF Policy Advocacy Writing for Scientists in Support of LGBTQ Populations
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Tom Pospiech, Jr. is a visiting graduate student from the University of Michigan completing the remainder of his research at UCSF in chemical biology. He is currently a third-year graduate student whose research uses cryo-electron microscopy to determine the structure and dynamics of macromolecules, such as nitric oxide synthase. Prior to moving to the Bay Area, he served as the Treasurer for InnoWorks at the University of Michigan, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization whose mission is to encourage socioeconomically disadvantaged students to enter the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine through a week-long summer camp that is free to attendees. Recently, Tom joined the Science Policy Group (SPG) at UCSF and serves as the current Treasurer and Seminar Series Co-coordinator. In these leaderships roles, he is interested in exploring careers in science policy and advocacy, ensuring continual funding for basic science research, and implementing policies in higher education and institutions to create and foster an inclusive and supportive work environment for underrepresented groups in the sciences.
Shireen Rahimi
Shireen Rahimi Co-founder, Bay Area Vogue Nights Voguing for Self-Expression
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Shireen 'Shea' Rahimi is an Iranian-American dancer, teaching artist and event producer based in San Francisco, California. In 2012, Shireen joined the iconic House of Mizrahi in New York City where she spent the next 6 years competing in balls nationwide, representing for the Women's Performance category. She works directly under the guidance and mentorship of the legendary Omari Mizrahi. Together they are a dynamic duo and have worked on varies projects together. Shireen is currently the assistant to Omari's company - LES BALLET AFRIK - the first dance company to fuse traditional West Africa dance styles with vogue technique. Shireen is a co-founder of Bay Area Vogue Nights and a contributor to Tenz Magazine. She is launching her latest project - Vogue Aerobics - in the summer of 2019. Follow her on Instagram for more information on upcoming events and dance classes.
Anna Randall
Anna M. Randall, DHS, MSW, MPH Executive Director, TASHRA BDSM Sexuality and Kink Health
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Dr. Anna Randall (pronouns she/her/hers) is the executive Director of TASHRA, The Alternative Sexualities Health Research Alliance (, a national nonprofit research and professional training organization. Known for their research publications on Kink and BDSM sexuality, TASHRA works to increase the scientific knowledge on the lived-experienced of sexual minorities. As those with kink interests and identities are stigmatized, marginalized, misunderstood; they may not receive culturally competent healthcare. Adding to this, individuals of color, orientation, gender non-confirming and those already struggling to survive, experience additional minority stress. To bridge this gap, TASHRA trains various healthcare professionals in the provision of compassionate and knowledgeable care. She holds a Doctorate in Human Sexuality and Masters in both Social Work and Public Health. She is a licensed clinical social worker with a Silicon Valley private practice and specializes in sex therapy.
Stephen Rosenthal
Stephen Rosenthal, MD Director of Pediatric Endocrinology, Director of the Child and Adolescent Gender Center Medical Care of Gender Non-conforming/ Transgender Youth and Adolescents
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Stephen M. Rosenthal, MD, Professor of Pediatrics at UCSF, has served as Program Director for Pediatric Endocrinology and Director of the Pediatric Endocrine Clinics, and currently serves as co-founder and Medical Director of the UCSF Child and Adolescent Gender Center. Dr. Rosenthal earned a bachelor's degree at Yale University and a medical degree at Columbia University, where he also completed a residency in pediatrics. He completed a fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at UCSF. Dr. Rosenthal was appointed as the official representative of the Pediatric Endocrine Society to the Endocrine Society's Clinical Practice Guidelines Revision Task Force for the Care of Transgender Individuals, and is a co-author of the recently published guidelines (September, 2017). He has authored multiple manuscripts on transgender youth, including a recent "State-of-the-art" invited review in Pediatrics and an invited review in the "Approach to the Patient" series for the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. He has had significant experience conducting multi-center trials, and is currently Principal Investigator (PI) (multiple PI format) for NIH/NICHD "The Impact of Early Medical Treatment in Transgender Youth" (1R01HD082554-01A1). Dr. Rosenthal has served on multiple committees of the Endocrine Society and the Pediatric Endocrine Society, and has just completed his term as President of the Pediatric Endocrine Society. He continues to serve on the Pediatric Endocrine Society Board of Directors as Immediate Past President and as Chair of the Honors and Awards Committee. Dr. Rosenthal was recently elected as Endocrine Society Vice President, Clinical Scientist Position. Dr. Rosenthal's principal non-work passion is figure skating. He has competed in various adult national and international competitions, and is currently training for the Gay Games 10 in August, 2018.
Kara Sigler
Kara Sigler Registered Herbalist, a Registered Nurse, a Family Nurse Practitioner candidate Herbalism for Trans Care
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Kara Sigler is a Registered Herbalist, a Registered Nurse, and a Family Nurse Practitioner candidate at UCSF 2020. Kara uses they and she pronouns and identifies as a genderqueer/ white/ femme herbalist/ nurse. Before going to nursing school, Kara taught and worked as a clinical herbalist in the Bay Area for 15 years. Kara first taught Herbal Support for Surgery at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference in 2008 and TransNatural: Herbs and Hormones, with Dori Midnight the following year in San Francisco. They are currently in a Masters program to become a Nurse Practitioner with the goal of offering integrative medicine to their queer and trans community.
Viji Sundaram
Viji Sundaram, MD Clinical Fellow, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Reaching out to Fertility and Family Building Across the Gender Spectrum
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I'm Viji Sundaram, ObGYN & Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility fellow at UCSF. I am from Atlanta, trained in Augusta, GA for residency at the Medical College of GA, and currently in fellowship at UCSF. My research interests involve medical management at transition for transgender individuals as well as fertility planning.
Jocquese Whitfield
Jocquese Whitfield Co-founder, Bay Area Vogue Nights Voguing for Self-Expression
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SirJoQ is a dancer/choreographer/MC born and raised in San Francisco. He is the first Vogue instructor of San Francisco and has been teaching his Vogue & Tone classes since 2010. Starting his career steeped in the improvisation of freestyle hip-hop, Jocquese has added modern, classical, and Diasporic dance traditions over the last several years. Jocquese is a co-founder of Bay Area Vogue Nights.
Maha Ziani
Maha Ziani   Community Panel

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