Celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility with a special conversation featuring SiriusXM founder Martine Rothblatt

Join Rothblatt for an illuminating discussion about shattering glass ceilings and making strides in satellite radio, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical research, and more.

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SiriusXM Editor
March 31, 2021

Amidst rising anti-transgender legislation across 28 states that threatens the livelihoods of trans individuals — particularly the health and well-being of trans and nonbinary youth — it’s more important than ever to share their stories as a show of solidarity with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. In particular, join us in honoring International Transgender Day of Visibility by listening to a special conversation with SiriusXM co-founder Martine Rothblatt on Business Radio (Ch. 132), available to stream on the SiriusXM app now.

Each year on March 31, SiriusXM’s LGBTQIA+ Pride community group celebrates our transgender community on International Transgender Day of Visibility. This year, Rothblatt, a trans woman, will be shedding light on her career, personal experiences, and much more.

After her time founding SiriusXM, Rothblatt made countless strides in satellite navigation services, became the highest-paid female CEO in America in 2013, and has served as a prominent voice for medical and pharmaceutical innovation. Whether she is inventing and revolutionizing satellite radio, developing life-saving drugs for rare diseases, or digitizing the human mind, Rothblatt is a visionary who has shattered glass ceilings and inspired many.