Over 40 years in high tech, building successful teams and processes in both startup and large companies; holding Director and VP positions
Returned to school at age 58 and earned an MA in Counseling Psychology at age 62
Over 5 years counseling and facilitating psycho-education groups in a substance abuse clinic
At age 64, successfully transitioned gender in two workplaces .
Grace began her speaking and training business in 2013 and
published her first book in 2015.
Grace strongly believes, “We are all so much more than just gender.”
Grace is leader and board member of The Tiffany Club of New England, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, which is one of the country’s largest transgender support groups. She has been one of the co-leaders of their annual conference, First Event, since 2011.
Grace is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post with her blogs on “My Transgender Life,” where she continues to share her experiences and inspire people from all walks of life. She has also been interviewed on radio, TV, and newspapers. Grace has written two books; No! Maybe? Yes! Living My Truth, and Musings on Living Authentically.
In March 2017,
Grace was honored to be named the Person of the Year by New England Pride TV
Grace Anne Stevens
Discussions - Workshops - Keynotes
Authenticity - Relationships - Diversity - Gender Variance