Center for Inquiry — Washington, DC
Stephanie Guttormson joined the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science in March of 2013. Prior to that, she was the leader of an award-winning student group at the Metropolitan State University of Denver that developed widely successful, unique events such Food for Freethought and The Pseudoscience Fair. She holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees in linguistics and theoretical mathematics from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. She is the creator of ThinkSteptically, a YouTube channel focused on promoting critical thinking, without mercy. She covers topics ranging from faith healing to organic food. She appears monthly on the Dogma Debate radio show and the Road to Reason TV show. She also gives talks around the country educating folks about transgender people.
Stephanie can be reached via email.
Watch Stephanie present "Trans 101: What you don't know can hurt people" at FreeFlo 2014:
Sub-topic(s): LGBTQ issues