This film is an illustrated documentary about Zander Keig, a man who was presumed dead in the womb, assigned female at birth, paralyzed at age six, put in a mental hospital as a teen, joined a Mexican gang in middle school, dropped out of high school, enlisted in the military, became an undercover narcotics agent, obtained three graduate degrees and is now a social worker serving homeless veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Zanderology goes beyond telling people that it gets better and humorously explains how one person changed their life in almost every way possible. (Filmmaker: Megan Rohrer, 2014, TRT: 41:42).
Zander Keig, LMSW is a prolific contributor to dialogue among transgender communities. His co-edited books in 2011 and in 2014 are two of many notable accomplishments. Zander’s from 2007 has been set aside for the time being, but even incomplete, it offers many insights.
6. Zander Keig: A clinical social worker and editor of several immensely helpful anthologies for transgender men, and . He is also extremely active in the trans* community in various capacities.