Transgender Resources & Information

Coordinating workplace gender transitions
for transgender employees and managers
for over 25 years.



Executive Director of the Gender Education Center and a Transgender High School Media Specialist (who transitioned on the job in 1998 & retired in 2001 after 32 years in education).

and the

 Gender  Education

A Minnesota non-profit corporation of differently gendered people dedicated to support, advocacy & education.
We specialize in coordinating workplace gender transitions for transgender employees and managers.


       Our Executive Director, Debra Davis, has also been honored for her work and activism in the LGBT communities. Some of her awards include:

    *     "Debra Davis Transgender Advocacy Award" UW Stout, WI. - Named after Debra & given each year starting in 2014"

    *     "2010 Woman of Distinction" award - Century College, MN

    *     "2009 - Diversity speaker of the Year" award - Millikin University, IL

    *     Curve Magazine's "2006 - Making Waves Award" - "One of six trans activists every dyke should know about."

    *     "2005 PRIDE Award" for people who "embody PRIDE: rallying individuality, diversity & equality."

    *     Human Rights Campaign - "2001 Bryan Coyle Leadership Award."

    *     Lavender Magazine’s “1999 Person of the Year.”

    *     Twin Cities Pride 2000 celebration's "Grand Marshal" (Minnesota’s summer LGBT celebration with over 400,000 participants).

    *     Voted Best of GLBT Community Activist in 2000 by a “Creme de la Creme” reader’s poll.

    *     Recipient of the 1999 “Human Rights Fund Award” by Philanthrofund Foundation.

    *     Recipient of the 1998 Acts of Resistance Award” by GLBT Youth Network Building Conference.

    *     "2004 Diversity Program if the Year Award" from Northern Michigan University - MI.

    *     2004, 1998, 1996, 1995, “Spokesperson of the Year” by the City of Lakes Crossgender Community.

    *    "Strength, Courage & Leadership While Working for Equality & Justice Award" in 2003 by OutFront Minnesota.

    *     2004 ”Outstanding Leadership in Community Activism Award”, by Madison Transgender Association.

Web site recognition given to this site during the early days of the internet

Presented for
honoring diversity and
GLBT pride on the

Power in Pride Award
The Power In Pride Award
was created to inspire
and recognize those websites
and webmasters who honor
diversity and show pride
for the gay, lesbian,
bisexual and transgender
community on the internet.
There is Power in Pride!
Presented for
GLBT excellence
and internet presence

The Pride Award
web's oldest and
most prestigious award
that has adorned
community sites since 1995.
Awarded for showing the world that
"closets are meant for clothes"
and for hard work
in creating a GLBT
presence on the web.


Presented for
GLBT Excellence on the Web

The Rainbow Award
is exclusively bestowed upon those
Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgenders
who have made a contribution
to the GLBT Web community
through excellence in
content, design, creativity, presentation
and overall concept of their Web page.


Presented for
Transgender excellence
and internet presence

TGNI's Award
for Transgender Excellence!
(from Transgendered Network International)
for providing a site that
openly helps other transgender people
in areas of support, information and friendship
and is beneficial to
transgender people and their families.
Together we can all help make a better future for us all.


Presented for providing
Transgender Resources and Information
on the Web

MED411's Award
is given to
those web sites which provide
current, relevant & accurate information
about topics of interest to
the medical community & the general public.


      We work with the LGBT and transgender communities in our fight to keep the human rights we fought so hard to acquire, for ALL people. We continue to play a roll in defending these rights. There is still much work to do.