Maël is a 15-year-old non-binary transmasculine child (demi-boy) who lives in the Eastern Townships region. He seeks to make the voices of trans children, who live in regions, heard in as many ways as possible. Whether it’s participating in committees or sharing their journey and experience.
Congratulations to Maël for his dedicated journey and for their new position as a consultant in the CPP!
Marie-Josée (she/her) is the mother of two wonderful girls. The younger being trans, Marie-Josée feels challenged by the cause and the need to help peers. She recognizes her chance to be in a big city and to have a diverse and inclusive entourage. Through her involvement, she especially wants to help parents and their children to find their place.
Genevieve is involved as a “parent of a trans child” in certain cases that affect the rights of trans and non-binary children. A local girl, born in Abitibi and based in the Eastern Townships, she is curious and determined. Her wish: to help others to the best of her ability.
Congratulations to Genevieve for her involvement and for her new position as a consultant in the CPP!
Chadi-Ace (/he/him) is a transmasculine person. He is currently pursuing his college studies in humanities (division of psychology). He is involved in the community and shares his experiences in order to improve the living conditions of trans people and make life and the “coming out” of trans youth easier.