Episode #64: How @SheCordelia Is Bringing Visibility to Trans Workplace Inclusion

On #InVinoFab episode no. 64 we are joined by Cordelia who shares her lived experience navigating transition in her personal and professional life. We discus identity, visibility, and her focus on trans workplace inclusion.

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On #InVinoFab episode no. 64 we are joined by Cordelia who shares her lived experience navigating transition in her personal and professional life. We discus identity, visibility, and trans workplace inclusion. 

Cordelia does assessment in the higher education space. As a part-time Ph.D. student, she hopes to research at the intersections of employment and the trans identity. As a trans woman herself, Cordelia navigates the world as a digital native hoping to breathe some authenticity into an oversaturated space! She is Sagittarius sun, Gemini Moon, and Aquarius rising and is looking for your input on her charts! Cordelia enjoys video games, DnD, and a nice Rosé!

We had a deep talk about what it means to transition and the impacts it has on you personally, professionally, and socially. I am grateful for the real talk and open conversation on what it means to actualize yourself as a woman. We discuss privilege, loss, career search, individual expectations, the “norms” in society, and her personal lived experience as a trans woman in the world today.  And, we are reminded that: “Visibility is a person’s own journey.” ~ @SheCordelia 

Here are a few things we discussed on this #InVinoFab episode:
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