Meet the team...
A native of South Carolina, Greg graduated from The Citadel in 2006 with a degree in Psychology. After working 5 years as a Police Officer and Firefighter, he began working in the trade business at FedEx. Greg has been a member of Tau Kappa Phi Inc, a non-profit LGBT Greek lettered organization since 2004. During this time, he helped to maintain a space within Tau Kappa Phi for transgender men, Alpha Omega Kappa Fraternity, Inc. serving as the first president of the organization. Greg served as a moderator for a transgender support group at Garden of Grace United Church of Christ. He has been on the board of South Carolina Equality as the chairman of the Trans Action Task Force, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Harriet Hancock Center. Greg has spoken in Washington DC with the U.S. Department of Justice ; Federal Bureau of Prisons, Dorn VA Hospital, Federal Correction Institution; Edgefield, SC, Federation of Families Summer Summit, The International Conference on Stigma, and various other engagements.
My name is Suzanne Snyder, I have a Master of Arts in Community Agency Counseling from Lenoir Rhyne University (1998). I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with the State of South Carolina. I have a private counseling practice for the past 17 years, focusing on depression, anxiety and life issues. I work mainly with adolescents and young adults. For the past 3 years, I have worked for the University of South Carolina School of Medicine at the Immunology Center/Ryan White Clinic (PH USC Medial Group) as a Mental Health Medical Case Manager. I currently work with the majority of our transgender patients ensuring adherence with medical care and medication, providing counseling and coordinating care with their needs including hormone replacement therapy and gender affirming care. I oversee a support group for our transgender patients called Transcenders, where we discuss issues such as hormone therapy, gender affirming surgeries, name change processes in the state and many related topics. I also serve as case manager for persons with HIV and mental health/substance abuse issues to ensure compliance with medical care and make sure they receive their mental health care. I also assess the mental health crisis’s and screen to determine the level of care our patients need (inpatient or outpatient) and work closely with the psychiatrists on staff to ensure continuity of care within our clinic.
I live in Columbia, I have been married for 20 years, and I have two children, a 15 year old son and an 11 year old daughter. In my free time (besides shuttling kids around), I like to play tennis, and love attending any Gamecock sporting event. My favorite place to visit is Kiawah Island, SC because I love the beach. I chose to be a therapist because I like helping people and love hearing their stories.
Tiffany Winston serves as an Employee Relations Manager for an agency with the State
of South Carolina. She has over 15 years of Human Resources experience. Prior to
joining the state, she managed the Human Resources functions in small to mid-size
companies in industries including manufacturing, and financial services. Currently,
Tiffany as a member of the Employee Relations Consulting team, serves as a
consultant for the many centers within her agency. Her areas of expertise include
compliance/employment law, conflict resolution, employee engagement, best practices,
HR infrastructure, and policy and procedure development. She is also involved in
Training & Development.
Tiffany earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Campbell University.
Tamara Joseph is a married, cisgender, black, pansexual female. She is an Entrepreneur, working in Technology, and Retail, but her passion is her family’s dream of making a platform to help the battle towards LBGTQ Equality. Tamara was born and raised in the UK, and her family is from the West Indies. Tamara grew up forever pushing boundaries, from her fight for an education, and often fighting to be more than, the one black person, female, or both in a class/organization. Tamara spent many years as a member of a world-renowned Theater/stage school. Tamara came out at 17, and has taken any opportunity to fight for equality for her community.