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Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride and learn about its connection to the neurodivergent community. Join Gee Abraham as she discusses why those two topics intersect, and how it all affects materials professionals. Her own lived experiences as an autistic transgender woman help to inform this presentation, along with almost two decades as a materials scientist and communicator.
This webinar is part of an occasional series sponsored by the TMS PRIDE group of the TMS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. With this series, we hope to provide space for dialogue around issues regarding intersectionality between the LGTBQ+ and materials science communities.
View the on-demand recording of the first webinar in this series, Pride, Power, and Privilege – An Exploration of LGBTQ+ Issues in STEM, in the TMS Webinar Library.
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About the Presenters
Gee Abraham (she/her)
Freelance Science Writer and Editor, Gee Abraham Edits
Gee Abraham is a materials scientist and communicator who, after realizing she is autistic and transgender, joined a group of neurodivergent bloggers. She and others formed the website and blog into a non-profit organization and she served as the group’s first CCO. Currently a freelance science writer/editor, she has also developed and taught metallography workshops and edited or reviewed for four peer-reviewed scientific journals.
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