Trans 101

Primary tabs

Program Type:

Talks & Lectures

Age Group:

Please note you are looking at an event that has already happened.
Registration for this event is no longer open.

Program Description

Event Details

Join Jillian Celentano for an introduction to what it means to be transgender. This program is for anyone in the community eager to understand what transgender/gender diverse is, different language and terminology, pronouns, gender journeys, and more. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and gain new insights.

Registration is required to attend this IN PERSON event.

About Jillian Celentano
Jillian is a transgender woman who began her transition in 2016 at the age of 55. She recently received her bachelors degree in psychology and her master's degree in social work. She is an advocate, social worker, and has organized support groups for transgender/gender diverse children and young adults. Jillian co-authored two published transgender studies at Yale University and is a published author of her book, "Transitioning Later in Life: A Personal Guide.”  She is a community liaison for the Yale Gender Program and is also working at a private practice as a therapist and educator for the transgender/gender diverse community.


Additional Information

Proudly Sponsored by the Friends of Blackstone Library

Help support the Friends by becoming a member today!

Friends Logo