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The Texas Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education is a chapter of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education and is aimed at leading higher education toward inclusive excellence through institutional change as well as supporting our membership of professionals through support and community.

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Adri Perez (they, them, elle) BIO

Policy & Advocacy Strategist - LGBTQIA+ Equality

The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas

Virtual Q&A Session: Trans Texans Rights in Jeopardy.

Last week, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a new interpretation of state law that says that providing children with certain types of gender affirming medical care is abuse, which directly contradicts research and medical practice of licensed professionals across the state and the country. Gov. Greg Abbott followed with a directive ordering state agencies to investigate and report instances of such care as "child abuse." The general public has similar reporting responsibilities, according to Abbott, and will face criminal penalties for failing to report.

Join Adri Perez as they help provide information to the proposed law as well as ways to support the Trans* community during this time of attack on their livelihoods and rights.

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ADVANCING DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

Together, we can make a difference! Your support is important to our work and our work is important to your campus community.  Here's how you can get involved with advancing diversity and inclusion in higher education:

BECOME A TADOHE INDIVIDUAL MEMBER

TADOHE's most valuable resource is our membership. Individual membership has its benefits and is just $75, with a 50% discount for NADOHE members.  Your individual membership gives you access to our TADOHE Connections network of contact information for diversity professionals throughout the State of Texas, our Members-only Portal of diversity-related job opportunities in addition to all of TADOHE's professional development opportunities.  Your individual membership goes with you wherever you go.  So if you move to a new city or are in pursuit of new professional opportunities, your membership goes with you. Click here for more information about membership types and prices.  

BECOME A TADOHE INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP

We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for all members of the Higher Education Community to actively get involved.  Institutional Membership is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work of the Texas Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education. When your campus becomes a member of TADOHE, we support your institution with a number of outstanding benefits such as free registration for all state meetings, organization training, workshops, and professional development  (i.e. Title IX, legal & legislative updates, best practices for diversity and inclusive excellence, crisis management, etc.).  In addition, your campus members are given a discounted rate for our summer conference.  As an added benefit, your campus can request our on-site diversity and inclusion training & development workshop for upper-level administrators at no cost.

JOIN A COMMITTEE

Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Volunteer your time and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to contribute while enhancing your professional skills and portfolio. It’s a great way to contribute to our cause of diversity and inclusive excellence, and every little bit counts towards paving the path for a better tomorrow. Click here for more information TADOHE's sub-committees .

MAKE A DONATION

Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you. Every contribution will go towards making Texas Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education an even better Professional Organization than it already is. If you have any questions, please email us at tadohe2019@gmail.com.

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