Dr. A.C. Fowlkes is the Chief Executive Officer of Fowlkes Consulting, which is an LGBTQ+ sensitivity and transgender inclusion consulting firm. He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has worked in the field of Diversity and Inclusion for over 10 years. He is an LGBTQ+ subject matter expert and thought leader. As a transgender man himself, Dr. Fowlkes has a profound appreciation for the impact (both blatant and subtle) of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. Dr. Fowlkes is a ForbesContributor, where he writes about LGBTQ+ sensitivity, transgender inclusion and allyship. He is also a proud member of the Board of Directors for the Trevor Project.A.C. Fowlkes
Chief Executive Officer of Fowlkes Consulting, an LGBTQ+ sensitivity and transgender inclusion consulting firm
Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the field of diversity and inclusion for over ten years
Provided training and consultation to the financial sector, aerospace firms, the prison system, institutions of higher education, psychiatric hospitals, and other organizations
Transgender man with a profound appreciation for the impact (both blatant and subtle) of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
Forbes contributor on LGBTQ+ sensitivity, transgender inclusion, and allyship
Proud member of the Board of Directors for the Trevor Project
Chief Operating Officer or Interim Chief Executive Officer for multiple behavioral health facilities
Previously served as the Chief Psychologist of the second largest prison in Virginia
Ph.D. in health psychology with a clinical specialization
Internationally sought-after transgender inclusion expert Dr. A.C. Fowlkes will share insights into the perspectives of your transgender coworkers. You will learn how to use names and pronouns correctly while avoiding making false assumptions about these valuable members of your team.
What You'll Learn
What is the difference between sex assigned at birth and the gender binary?
What’s the difference between transgender and nonbinary?
Why are gender pronouns important?
When do trans people realize something is different?