Pacific Swimming: Gender Identity Learning Session
Explore what gender identity is; the differences between gender and sex; how folks experience various gender identities; and how Pacific Swimming can help gender diverse athletes feel more welcome. This educational session will lay a foundation for understanding gender identity in Pacific Swimming.
Days & Times
Feb 27, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM PST
About the Program
THIS REGISTRATION IS FOR FEBRUARY 27 WORKSHOP ONLY. If you want a different day, please click "Select Different Date" button above.
Please only register for one workshop. All workshops have the same content.
About the Facilitators
Rachel Wallis (they/them) - Rachel is a Diversity and Inclusion facilitator specializing in Gender Identity who creates and presents content to national sport organizations, universities, and government agencies. Rachel is a non-binary person, who teaches from lived experience within the LGBTQ+ community in addition to learned experience through professional and educational practice. They are an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and have nine years of project management experience.
Dane Wolfrom (he/him) - Dane helpd national sports organizations such as US Youth Soccer and USRowing create inclusive environments where all people feel welcomed, especially athletes. He also has more than 30 years swim coaching experience, most recently at Metro Aquatics in Tacoma WA, where he served more than 400+ youth, matching Tacoma’s census in geography, income level, and each race identity, including Black, Pacific Islander and Native American.
This registration is for Pacific Swimming registered Athletes.
This registration is for Pacific Swimming registered Non-athletes.