FAULT: Hot Take Conversation with Honey Mahogany

Wednesday, March 24, 2021 6 - 7pm
ZOOM Session
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Honey Mahogany

A Hot Take Conversation by Women in Architecture with:
Honey Mahogany, MSW, Co-Founder, Transgender District, San Francisco, CA


Activist, politico, and drag queen, Honey Mahogany is a San Francisco native and a social worker by training who received her Masters in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley. Currently serving as 3rd Vice Chair of the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee, Honey is also co-founder of the Compton's Transgender Cultural District, a co-owner of the Stud Bar, and works as a legislative aide in San Francisco. Honey's work has earned her commendations from the Board of Supervisors; Sainthood from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence; and awards from the Milk Club, SFYD, SFWPC, and the Women's Foundation of California. In 2019, Mx. Mahogany was featured in both the Stonewall 50, Queerty's list of advocates continuing the legacy of Stonewall, and in Out Magazine's Out100, a yearly list of the 100 most impactful and influential LGBTQ people in the world.

A Guy Lombardo Lecture, as part of "FAULT", Architecture Program Public Event Series  |  Spring 2021

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