Sarah E. Meng is a licensed mental health therapist, who has worked in hospitals, private practices, and university settings. In 2006, Sarah graduated from Agnes Scott College with majors in psychology and women’s studies. After working in cognitive testing in private practice as well as with Emory and the Shepherd Center, Sarah received a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Georgia State University. Sarah’s research with the Trans Resilience Project has been published in academic journals and presented at professional conferences. Sarah co-founded Tiny Doors ATL, a sculptural installation project centering public art as a site of community. Sarah co-facilitates a support group, Trans and Friends, which was recognized in 2015 as a Grand Marshal of Atlanta Pride. Currently a therapist with Georgia State University, Sarah works on both the downtown and Clarkston campuses. Sarah is a nonbinary dirt femme, an aunt to many, a fat liberationist, a gardener, and an artist of bountiful mediums. At the end and beginning of the day, Sarah is a believer in the the power of love and guts to transform both individuals and communities.