Community Conference

The TRANSLIFE Community Conference brings together transgender/gender-expansive individuals from the North Bay counties to increase connections, share information, and expand individual self-advocacy and knowledge.

Each year, representatives from multiple organizations are in attendance to share information on the social, legal, economic, and health services available to the community, and to provide hands-on resources that can be put to use right away. Additionally, the conference provides some fun social and networking opportunities geared specifically to the transgender/gender-expansive community!

Welcome Back!!!

We are so excited to be back in-person and can’t wait to welcome you to the 2023 TRANSLIFE Community Conference on Saturday, April 29th!

Join us for a day of workshops, speakers, resources, and community building.

Who Should Attend

The TRANSLIFE Community conference is an inclusive space for anyone on the transgender/gender-expansive spectrum. This includes individuals who identify as transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, genderfluid, two-spirit, agender, or questioning. We welcome you wherever you are in your journey!

This conference is specifically geared to the transgender/gender-expansive community and is not an allies event. Participants are welcome to bring a partner, child, family member, or friend for support. Support guests are not able to attend every workshop, as some are transgender/gender-expansive only spaces, but there will be an alternate workshop open to for them in every time slot.

There will be no services for professionals or non-support allies at this conference. Professionals and allies not directly connected to a participant are advised to attend the Professional Symposium.

Meet Our Keynote Speaker – Honey Mahogany!

Honey Mahogany

Honey Mahogany is a performer, small business owner, and activist who grew up in San Francisco. Honey received her Masters in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley, and her work has earned her recognition from the City of San Francisco, the State of California, Sainthood from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and awards from numerous organizations including the Imperial Court of San Francisco, the Harvey Milk Democratic Club, Trans Day of Visibility, and the Women’s Foundation of California.

Honey is a co-founder of the Transgender District in SF, a founding queen of Drag Story Hour, co-owner of the Stud Bar, a singer with nu-metal groupĀ Commando, and recently ran a historic campaign for District 6 Supervisor in San Francisco.

Currently, Honey is working as the District Director for Assemblymember Matt Haney and serves as Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party.

About the Workshops

Workshops include a child track for children ages 4-11, a youth track for ages 12-17, and separate adult tracks for the transgender community, parents, and partners.

We offer extensive Spanish translation services, monolingual Spanish workshops, and dedicated LatinX spaces to ensure that the conference is fully accessible and inclusive for monolingual Spanish speaking members of the transgender community, their parents, and partners.

We are also dedicated to making the conference assessible to neurodivergent individuals. There will be a quiet room and a neurodivergent-specific workshop.

If community members have needs, concerns, or requests that haven’t been addressed here please reach out to and we will be glad to chat with you.

2023 Conference Schedule

9:30 AM – Registration Opens

10:00 AM – Opening Ceremony and Keynote Address

11:00 AM – Workshops

12:00 PM – Lunch

1:00 PM – Workshops

2:00 PM – Closing Remarks

2:30 PM – After Party


The conference will be taking place in the Senior Wing of the Finley Community Center in Santa Rosa.

Finley Community Center
2060 West College Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Tickets and Scholarships

Tickets are $25 and include the conference, lunch, and after party.

You can also choose to help support our important work by selecting the supporter or sponsor tier.

We want to make sure that the conference is accessible to all, so student/low income rate tickets are available to anyone who needs them.

If this cost still makes the conference prohibitive, please contact us at to inquire about a partial or full scholarship.