BHCHP staff offer expertise and educational opportunities in the realm of transgender health care to clinicians and policymakers state- and nationwide. The program hosts medical students from Boston University and Harvard University to learn about the intersection of homelessness and transgender identity directly from patients. The manager of our transgender services program, a nurse, lead a monthly web-based “nurse chat”—a forum for nurses around the country and world to connect and earn continuing education credits on topics including gender affirming care in the time of COVID-19; care for transgender and gender diverse adolescents; and sexual health post-gender-affirming surgery. Additionally, BHCHP staff sit on the Massachusetts Department of Health Transgender Advisory Board, MA Transgender Health Coalition, and a Governor’s Special Commission on the Health and Safety of LGBTQIA+ Individuals Incarcerated in the Commonwealth, advocating for improved protections for the state’s transgender population. And they present at nationwide conferences, including the National Health Care for the Homeless Conference , the World Professional Association of Transgender Health, and the U.S. Professional Association of Transgender Health. Staff bring patients to present alongside them, and assure they are compensated for their time and expertise.