About

“Smart, intense, funny and deeply personal work that is important to support and spread.”

fearless and deeply committed to justice […] You want their passion and determination behind your organization or cause.”

“[AC] has a rare talent: making people aware of their own biases and the hurt they cause without alienating them or making their walls go up. They don’t mince words, but you know even when the words aren’t minced, they’re delivered with openness and love.”

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Hi! I’m Mx. AC (Angela) Dumlao and my pronouns are they/them/theirs.

I’m a proud queer transgender non-binary first-generation Filipino-American. As an artist & advocate, my work is dedicated to affirming and uplifting underrepresented folks and their intersectional identities.

I work at the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) as their Name Change Project Coordinator. I connect low-income transgender people with law firms providing pro bono legal representation on legal name changes as well as present trainings / CLEs on the Name Change Project to partner law firms.

In addition, I run the social justice Facebook Call Me They and the genderqueer fashion/radical self-care Instagram @menswearselfcare. I’ve been profiled by NBC Asian America‘s #RedefineAtoZ list of AAPI emerging voices in Spring 2017 and my  writing has been featured on The Huffington Post, Autostraddle.com, and Wear Your Voice Magazine.

(You can grab my up-to-date bios here!)

Do you have a panel or guest lecture series you’re planning? A podcast you’re recording? A photo series you’re starting? Contact me! And enjoy exploring the site.

xo AC

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Currently booking for Winter 2017/Spring 2018! More info here. Let’s collaborate! 

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LATEST: My new monthly column for Hella Pinay, “In the In Between. October’s topic: Being Filipino + American for Filipino American History Month #FAHM

Please note: All opinions expressed on my website and linked articles/accounts are my own. 
Photos 1-4 by Amanda Crommett; Photo 5 by Santiago Felipe; Photo 6 by Caitlin Reilly
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Writing

PUBLISHED WORK

QUOTED IN…

Media / Interviews

PROFILES

ADDITIONAL MEDIA

Appearances / Trainings

SELECTED APPEARANCES

NOVEMBER  2017

  • Presenter – TLDEF Name Change Project CLE Training and Clinic with JPMorgan Chase and Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

  • Presenter/Workshop Facilitator – Transgender Cultural Competency in the Workplace for HBOOut (HBO’s LGBT Employee Resource Group)

OCTOBER 2017

  • Presenter – TLDEF Best Practices for Transgender Facilities Access for at WRAPS (Westchester Recreation and Parks Society)

  • Presenter – TLDEF Name Change Project CLE Training at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

  • Panelist – National Coming Out Day panel featuring out LGBTQ professionals at LIM College

  • Panelist – The Grapevine (Season 3, featured episodes below), hosted by Ashley Akunna

    The Millennial Response to Charlottesville Part 1, Part 2

    Insecure (HBO Show) Part 1, Part 2

    Whitewashing Part 1, Part 2

  • Presenter – TLDEF Name Change Project Training at Columbia Law School

PRE-OCTOBER 2017

  • Sept. 2017 – Presenter – TLDEF Name Change Project Training at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

  • June 2017 – Panelist – “Be Your True Self” panel on LGBTQ inclusive workplaces at Dropbox NYC

  • June 2017 – Panelist – “2017: The Year of the Political Pin@y” at the Pilipino American Unity for Progress, Inc. (UniPro) Summit 2017

    For more info workshops / trainings / panels / keynote info: click HERE! For bookings, e-mail:  mailmethey [dot] gmail [dot] com

Contact

Thanks for visiting! Let’s get in touch:
Booking Info: Here!
E-mail: mailmethey [at] gmail [dot] com
Facebook: Call Me They
Twitter: @mxacdumlao
Instagram: @menswearselfcare

“I am deliberate and afraid of nothing.” – Audre Lorde