Jamison Green, Ph.D.

S5-B Inclusive Health Benefits: Achieving a Critical Step in Transgender Inclusion

About Jamison Green, Ph.D.

Jamison Green, PhD, is a well-known advocate for transgender and transsexual health, civil rights, and social safety. He leads a small consulting firm specializing in transgender education and policy consulting for business, education, and government, through which he and colleagues advise, among other clients, the Human Rights Campaign on the Corporate Equality Index.  He serves as the Primary Care Protocols Manager at the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health at UCSF.  He is the author of the prize-winning book Becoming a Visible Man (Vanderbilt University Press, 2004), and his work on anti-discrimination legislation, healthcare access, and insurance reform has impacted governments and businesses throughout the world.  He was recognized in 2009 by the LGBT Bar Association with its  Transgender Advocacy Award, and by the Association of Gay & Lesbian Psychiatrists with its Distinguished Service Award.  From 2014-2016  he will serve as President of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.

University of St. Thomas - Minnesota Opus College of Business