Lunchtime Lecture: Meghan Buell


Location: NDCAC


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Join us for our April 19, 2017 Working Women Lunchtime Lecture with Meghan Buell.
After the success of our March series, we've decided to continue by having one, local, woman entrepreneur have a lunchtime talk and conversation about them, their business, and where they'll be going next each month.  Our events are free and open to the public.  We invite the community to attend, food is allowed in the gallery space and guests are welcome to bring their lunches with them.

Meghan Buell is the Founder and Board President of TREES, Inc., a transgender-specific educational nonprofit, She is a leader in the transgender community locally, regionally and nationally. In addition to her work with her organization, Meghan guest lectures at colleges, presents at conferences around the country and is a substitute teacher for the South Bend schools system. She served for five years on the Transgender Advisory Committee for Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, a worldwide LGBTQ workplace diversity organization. In 2015, Meghan was a Trans 100 honoree in recognition for her work for the transgender community. Meghan is an out and proud transgender woman who was born and raised in Northern Indiana.