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j wallace is an educator, activist, and writer based in southern Ontario. His work focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, 2-spirited, intersexed, queer and questioning (LGBTT2IQQ) individuals, their communities and related issues – with a particular focus on youth. He brings deep experience in needs assessment, teaching (especially about gender and/or sexuality issues), policy creation, training team members on policy issues, program development, and large and small group facilitation. Focusing on the public service sector - education, healthcare, and government - j strives to facilitate the creation of sustainable, organic change in the organizations with which he consults.

j's past and present clients include: Ontario Human Rights Comission, Nova Scotia Human Rights Comission, Halton District School Board, Halton Multicultural Council, Rainbow Health Ontario, Greater Essex District School Board, York Region Public Health, York University, University of Guelph, University of Toronto, University of Massachusetts, and many more. Download a copy of j's CV here for a detailed picture of his professional experience (clicking the link will launch a .pdf download).

j lives in Toronto, Ontario with his husband, their son, and an extremely patient dog.

Creating thoughtful paths and policies to queer and trans education, inclusion, and integration in public schools in Ontario, Canada