Tag: speakers

livingnautical: Lots of gay festivities for the weekend!:) @robynochs Today I had the pleasure of keynoting and doing two workshops at this lovely conference. Good people!

Here’s where I’ll be, this week and next. 

 A few photos from my visit to Marshall University in West Virginia last week. I get to meet and spend time with the most amazing people!

I am feeling profound gratitude toward all of the amazing people I have the privilege of meeting in the course of my work. I know I give something valuable to the students, advisers, faculty and staff at the schools I visit, but the truth… Continue Reading “”

Challenging the traditional coming out narrative during my Beyond Binaries program at Campus Pride Summer Leadership Camp. Just want y’all to know that I’m booking academic year 2014-2015. I have only 2 or 3 dates left open for the fall, and lots in the… Continue Reading “”

Robyn Ochs’s speaking schedule, from Oakland to Oakton

My speaking schedule, from Oakland to Oakton:April 9-10: Oakton Community College (Des Plains, IL)April 10: College of Lake County (Grayslake, IL)April 14: Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester, NH)April 15: Richard Stockton College (Galloway, NJ)April 16: Michigan State (East Lansing, MI)April 17: Oakland U (Rochester,… Continue Reading “Robyn Ochs’s speaking schedule, from Oakland to Oakton”

Robyn Ochs’s speaking schedule, from Oakland to Oakton

My speaking schedule, from Oakland to Oakton:April 9-10: Oakton Community College (Des Plains, IL)April 10: College of Lake County (Grayslake, IL)April 14: Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester, NH)April 15: Richard Stockton College (Galloway, NJ)April 16: Michigan State (East Lansing, MI)April 17: Oakland U (Rochester,… Continue Reading “Robyn Ochs’s speaking schedule, from Oakland to Oakton”

Keynoting the OutStanding Conference at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, October 26th.  It was a wonderful conference full of energy, enthusiasm and a passion for social justice. I left Knoxville feeling uplifted and hopeful.