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Gender Diversity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN 45-4910834.

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Gender Diversity is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to comply with all federal, state and local equal employment opportunity laws. We do not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, race, color, religion or creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, marital status, physical ability, family responsibility, political affiliation or any other status protected by applicable law.


Staff Positions

There are currently no open staff positions.


Volunteer Positions

As our meeting locations expand, we are often seeking volunteers to help with kids, and experienced parents to help facilitate the parent meetings.  New meeting locations in Bellevue and Federal Way are currently in development. If you are interested in supporting transgender / non-binary kids and their families, we would love to hear from you. Check out our volunteer opportunities on VolunteerMatch.org

Gender Odyssey is August 9-12, 2018 and we need some more volunteers.  Volunteer with us through VolunteerMatch.org.  Here are some of the conference positions we are looking for: 

  • Kids Camp Counselor
    Plans and coordinates indoor day camp activities; helps with art projects, snacks, and other activities. Childcare experience (ages 4-12) and simple background screening required.
  • Session Host
    Coordinates activities within each workshop/seminar room. Welcomes participants and introduces speaker. Distributes and collects evaluation forms for each session. Keeps time for presenters and discussion. Ensures session and location is properly identified on signage. Tidies room before and after session as needed. Assists participants and presenters as needed.
  • Navigator
    Monitor attendee traffic and travel between GO and GOF conference spaces, and especially during GO Free events. Familiar with facility layout and registration process. Strong communication skills required. Must be available for the full conference week.
  • Registration
    Help staff the registration desk – greet, use a computer to check-in conference attendees, and hand out badges/information packets to conference attendees. Must be a “people person” with a welcoming attitude and a friendly “can do” approach to customer service. Basic computer/typing skills needed.
  • Subsidy Specialist
    Works as part of the registration team to process on-site subsidy/scholarship applications. Work with applicants to determine what they can afford to pay for registration; also direct them to resources for housing or food as needed. Must be a friendly “people person” with good customer service skills, sensitive to individuals in difficult situations. Basic computer experience needed.
  • AID Desk Assistant
    The Assistance, Information & Directions (AID) desk serves as a welcoming contact point for attendees with questions and concerns. Help people find their way around the conference and around downtown Seattle. Help resolve minor crises like missed connections or mislaid keys. (Think “concierge”.) A reference book and handouts will be provided to assist with questions. AID desk volunteers must be good communicators, resourceful troubleshooters, able to field questions and find solutions effectively. Basic computer/typing skills needed.
  • Meet the Doctor Receptionist
    Coordinate the three Meet the Doctor consult rooms Friday and/or Saturday. Assist doctors with greeting and checking in visitors and directing them to the right room. Help individuals schedule themselves via the online scheduling system. Smartphone or tablet with internet browsing capability required.
  • Event Hosts
    Greet people and serve as a welcoming presence to all who attend our various social events (family meet & greet, all-gender swim, POC luncheon, etc.)
  • VIP Care Coordinator
    Serves as assistant and driver for keynote speakers and other special guests. Must have a well-kept vehicle with room for passengers and luggage, valid driver license, and current auto insurance.
  • Swag Bag Assembly
    Help put together the “swag bags” for conference participants and get a sneak peek at all the coolness included.

Partnering with Gender Diversity

We are proud to work with many outstanding organizations in the region and across the country. From producing special events, to providing training, to amplifying partner messages, we value kindred organizations and their creativity, drive, and compassion. Let us know if you have a project idea, or you would like to team up on an existing program. Maybe you have a workshop you think would fit in our “Extra Credit” series.  Reach out and let’s talk!

Some of our recent partnerships include:

Logo for King County Best Starts for Kids          Logo for the Lambert House    

logo for Seattle Nonbinary Collective            logo for The Arc of King County