Mycroft Masada is a queer trans faith leader who moved to the Washington DC area of Maryland’s Montgomery County from their lifelong home of Boston in 2014. Mycroft co-chairs the MoCo Pride Center, is a TransFaith National Council member, a TransEpiscopal Steering Committee member and former Congregation Am Tikva board member. Mycroft is particularly called to pursue justice at the intersections of LGBTQI+ and fat communities, and is an advocate, organizer, consultant, educator, trainer, writer and artist. They are partnered with Julia McCrossin, the massculine fatshion blogger, and with her co-parents a dogter. Their central online home is

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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

"Transgender Health and Human Rights" event at Harvard School of Public Health TOMORROW

Facebook event:

The members of the Queer Student Alliance and Women, Gender and Health from Harvard School of Public Health (with the support of The Office of Diversity, HMS Kinsey 2-6ers, and Center for Population Research in LGBT Health at The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health) would like to invite you to the major event in our Spring Speaker Series for 2011!

What: Transgender Health and Human Rights: An evening of thought
provoking speakers, panel discussion, and food
When: Wednesday, April 20th
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm - (a hot dinner will be served from 5:15pm)
Where: Kresge Building (G3) - Harvard School of Public Health, 677
Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA (map attached)
After: Social event to be arranged in the Longwood area following the event

Our speakers:
• Pauline Park, PhD – New York based transgender rights activist
• Kerith Conron, ScD, MPH – health disparities researcher from
the Institute on Urban Health Research, Northeastern University

A dynamic panel features:
• Norman Spack, MD from the Gender Management Service from
Boston Children’s Hospital
• Ruben Hopwood, MDiv, PhD candidate, Coordinator of the
Transgender Health Program at Fenway Health
• Gunner Scott, Executive Director, Massachusetts Transgender
Political Coalition (MTPC)
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