Believe in MAYBE / Finding Your True Self

Believe in MAYBE / Finding Your True Self


Believe in Maybe

College can come with a lot of expectations, academically and socially. In a world that often prioritizes uniformity and predictability, Maybe Burke invites you to embrace your inner misfit and discover the strength that comes from navigating life’s uncertainties while staying true to yourself. This event is designed to empower college students navigating the uncharted territories of their futures while embracing their most authentic self.

This program is for college students who haven’t found their groove, those who question their place in the world or on campus, and those who are curious about embracing their uniqueness in the face of uncertainty. If you’ve ever felt out of place, this event will provide you with the tools you need to embrace the unknown and trust possibility.


Maybe Burke (she/her) is an award winning artist, educator, published author, and public speaker with over a decade of experience changing and opening minds through storytelling. She is interested in telling the stories that haven’t been told, and passionate about helping people unlearn the ways they’ve been taught to think. Maybe has been seen on stages and screens from colleges to corporate boardrooms, and from Off-Broadway to Netflix. Maybe’s solo show, Love Letters to Nobody, won the Fresh Fruit Spirit Award for Fostering Pride, Survival, History, and Progress and earned her a nomination for the 2018 Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award. @believeinmaybe


“We need more  artists like Maybe Burke that honestly add complexity to the narrative of growing up trans and do so with style and heart.”

-Edge Media Network

“One thing is certain: Maybe is spectacular.”

“It was one of those programs that absolutely broke my heart, made me genuinely laugh, and opened my perspective on things.”

“It was achingly honest while remaining witty, positive, and nuanced.”

Category : Body Image and Empowerment &Diversity and Multicultural &Gender Issues &LGBTQ &Speakers

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