NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists recently named two transgender women to its 2021 hall of fame class. Christina Kahrl, the sports editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, and the late Monica Roberts, a blogger, activist, and founding editor of TransGriot, were named to the queer journalists group's hall of fame in November.
Kahrl became the first out transgender editor at a major metropolitan media outlet when she started at the Chronicle in March.
Prior to joining the paper, Kahrl served as a senior writer and editor at ESPN for 10 years, according to NLGJA's website. In a phone interview with the Bay Area Reporter, Kahrl said that while she appreciates the recognition, she's in the midst of her professional aspirations. "It's
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