Pride Center of Vermont's Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Community Project invites you to this season's first Trans Town Hall: Be The Best You That You Can Be
Friday November 4th at 6:30pm at Pride Center of Vermont (in the barn)
A social event with a little discussion about Hair Styling by Hannah Wall & Mary Katherine Studley, Indigo Salon, Skin Care by Nan Patrick, Mary Kay Cosmetics and Voice Therapy, Dr. Gauvin, Luse Center @ UVM.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided, people of all genders are welcome.
Hair Stylists from Indigo Salon: Hannah Wall & Mary Katherine Studley
Hannah and Mary Katherine are pleased be here this evening to share their passion for hair styling and to support the LGBTQ community. Their mission? To help us express what is on the inside, outside. To discover and celebrate our true selves, which is a lifelong process of evolution and transformation. Isn't that why we go to the salon, to become transformed? What better place to start but with our crowning glory, beautiful, healthy hair!
Nan Patrick-Skin Care
As an Independent Sales Director for Mary Kay Cosmetics since 1990, Nan Patrick knows a thing or two about skin care, not only for promoting good looks but, more importantly, good health. She will address the importance of clean skin, with or without makeup, how to deal with the aging process and tips for reducing the risks from sun exposure and other environmental factors.
Dr. Nancy Marie Gauvin- Voice
Dr. Nancy Marie Gauvin is originally from Queens, NY. She discovered her passion for Speech-Language Pathology when her family moved to Miami, FL, where she earned her bacherlor’s and master’s. From FL, she moved to London, England to work as a speech language pathologist before returning to the US and spending the past 9 years at Nova Southeastern University as a program instructor and clinical supervisor. Her specialized areas include accent modification, resonance disorders, craniofacial anomalies, and much more. Dr. Gauvin currently works in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at UVM’s Eleanor M. Luse Center for Communication.
Stay tuned for December's Trans Town Hall: Holiday Survival, on Friday 12/2.