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Join Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center for the final session of a three-part virtual series about queer health education during the month of March. Led by state-certified healthcare enrollment assisters, this series is designed to empower LGBTQ+ community members to learn more about their healthcare options in Pennsylvania.
This hour-long session will focus on trans health, featuring keynote speaker Dane Menkin (he/him), Director of LGBTQ Services at Main Line Health.
About the speaker: Dane is a family nurse practitioner and the Director of LGBTQ Services at Main Line Health, where he provides LGBTQ-specific clinical care with a focus on gender-affirming care for children, adolescents, and adults. Dane’s role allows for access to a large healthcare system in the region to focus on an LGBTQ-competency curriculum implementation and workforce education. Dane is the recipient of the AANP Award for Excellence for PA in 2019. He is a member of WPATH and served on the Board of Directors for The Jim Collins Foundation, as well as serving as a consultant for TransLine. He has presented across the country to healthcare and social service providers working with LGBTQ+ clients and patients and program building in healthcare settings.
Email [email protected] for the Zoom link and any accessibility needs.