Zavier Williams (he/him/his), a Black man of Trans* experience, grew up in the Bronx and is now a California-based speech-language pathologist who shares his perspectives on intersectional student-centered therapy during COVID-19, barriers and community in society and higher education, being a father, the storming of the U.S. Capital building in January 2021, and much more. Mr. Williams wants to extend special thanks to National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH), Trans Voice Initiative, United Women's Coalition (UWC), and his fraternity, Alpha Omega Nu. 


This episode is released in memory and celebration of Leo Lyons (they/them) who was our dear friend and first podcast guest (6/27/1989 - 12/21/2020).

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