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Eve Gourley
· November 6, 2017
A deeply committed organization, always there to support trans people, no matter what their situation. Their Provider Network is one of the finest such organizations in the world. Truly a leader in ca...ring for the transgender community. See More
Stephanie Step
· August 18, 2017
At an Ingersoll Meeting an individual named Sarah said they were suicidal THREE times!!! The moderators were more concerned about my use of the word 'fuck' than the mental health and cry for help from... Sarah!! Breanna and Luka should be removed as moderators for not helping this person! Everyone at Ingersoll seem to have their heads up their ass and are very cliquish. As a trans person I recommend staying away from this negative organization!!!👎👎😱😡 See More
Roman Wood
· March 17, 2016
Such a cool space to learn, share, feel and express. I always leave with more then I brought into that space. Such a warm inviting place for all Spectrums of people. Truly greatful to have found the l...ot of them. Nothing beats choosing your family. :) THANK YOU !! See More
Joe Whitney
· October 6, 2016
I love Ingersoll and everything they have done to improve transgender standing in the world at large. The center has been at the forefront of the battle for gender identity equality and understanding.... Thank you to everyone. See More
Bridgid Persephone Newman-Henson
· September 1, 2017
Ingersoll helped me avoid many pitfalls and keep on track in my transitioning!
Kalisto Zenda Nanen
· December 16, 2016
I love having such a strong supportive community of youth and elders here for the Trans community in Seattle
Melissa Celia Garcia
· May 21, 2015
An organization that truly cares about the trans community and all LGBQ folk.
Jesse Gilliam
· June 3, 2014
Wonderful volunteers, wonderful support, great, scrappy, grassroots org meeting the community needs!
Tuffi Dolan
December 4, 2012
Ingersoll is an important organization in my life.

Friends! We've made a big move over the weekend - literally. You can now find us at 911 E Pike St #221 Seattle, WA 98102. We're excited to build on forty years of history of holding space for trans and gender nonconforming communities. Find out more about this move from our Executive Director, Karter, here:

We want to share an extra special shoutout to our friends at Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center for opening up space for us and being the best neighbors any one could have asked for over the last five years.

Stay tuned for more details on checking out our new space!

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Ingersoll Gender Center updated their cover photo.

Join us we celebrate Trans Day of Visibility with an Open House at our new office! This is a great opportunity to check out our new space, meet our new staff and learn more about our expanded services. Beverages and snacks are on us!

Info on how to access our new space can be found here:

More info to come - if you have any questions please email us at

Ingersoll Gender Center updated their cover photo.
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King County Public Health is hiring an Assistant/Interviewer for an HIV study focused on trans women in King and Snohomish counties - check out the description down below!

THE POSITIONThe HIV/STD Program is seeking to hire a Formative Assistant/ Interviewer to assist with project coordination and participate in data collection for a new National HIV survey in the Seattle area, which will focus on transgender women. The survey is funded and designed by the Centers for....

Hey y'all, Thursday is our first application review deadline for our Healthcare Access Coordinator and Operations and Programs Assistant positions. If you're considering applying get those applications in. Help us spread the word by sharing this post!

Tacoma Area Friends! Please support our friends at Washington Dream Coalition WDC, WA Immigrant Solidarity Network -Red de Solidaridad de Inmigrantes en WA to #FREENOE. If you can't join them this morning take a look at the event page to find out how you can support!

Fri 9:35 AM PST1623 E J St, Tacoma, WA 98421-1615, United States

Don't forget today is the application review deadline for our Economic Justice Coordinator position! If you're planning to apply please be sure to get your application in by the end of the day today. Help us spread the word by sharing this post with your networks!

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Ingersoll Gender Center

We are so thankful for all your support in 2017 and beyond excited to share this news with you about our 2018 work: we're hiring an Economic Justice Coordinator! Check out the details here:

The power is back on - see you on Saturday at our usual time and place for our Saturday social!

Due to the power outage in Capitol Hill our office is closed for the rest of the day. We’re hopeful this won’t affect our usual Saturday Social but we’ll keep you posted!

We’re excited to be here with our partners National Center for Transgender Equality at #CC18. Thank you for all the amazing work you do for our communities NCTE!

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Yesterday's news out of Washington D.C has potentially devastating impacts for our communities but we're not going to let that stop our work to expand access to gender affirming healthcare here in Washington State. We're looking for a full time Healthcare Access Coordinator and an Operations and Program Assistant to help us continue our fight for expanded access to care. Take a look at the announcements at the link below and help us spread the word about our growing team!

We had such a great time connecting with supporters and community organizations at last night's GSBA event!

Check out this podcast featuring one of the amazing healthcare providers we work with, Jamee, talking about intersections of acupuncture and trans health!

Most of us think of gender as something that is rigid and fixed. But in the transgender world the boundaries are more fluidic. In this episode we explore not just the particular health concerns, issues with access to the healthcare system, and challenges arising from discrimination and misunderstand...

Read more about the new rule creating a third gender option for Washington State birth certificates.

If you’re interested in amending your Washington State issued birth certificate with with a new gender marker we encourage you to reach out to us.