For Trixie Ingleby, being true to who she is has been a journey of self-discovery. “I was born as male and raised as male,” said Ingleby. “After figuring out who I was, I went from Matthew to Trixie.”

Ingleby joined Amazon two years ago as a Transportation Operations Management (TOM) driver trainer in West Jordan, Utah. Amazon’s wide-ranging health care benefits, including gender affirming surgery, are what first prompted Trixie to apply.

Trixie wears an orange safety vest and talks to her coworker who is wearing a yellow safety jacket as they stand outside next to a Prime delivery truck.

“I came to Amazon because of the benefits,” she said. “I could not have done my surgery without them.”

With the support of her TOM team, managers, and Amazon’s health care benefits, Ingleby was given an opportunity to live her life on her own terms. She hopes that through telling her story, others will be able to find hope and happiness.

Amazon has seen a 45% employee participant increase in the program since 2021.

“I love the people that I work with. They have been so supportive of me and my journey,” Ingleby said. “I feel welcomed, I feel included, I feel seen, and able to be me.”

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Amazon employee benefits

Amazon jobs come with an average starting pay of more than $18 an hour, well over twice the federal minimum wage, and hourly pay may go up to $28 per hour in some locations. In addition, Amazon offers a comprehensive benefits package to all regular full-time employees that includes health insurance from an employee's first day on the job, a 401(k) plan with a company match, up to 20 weeks of paid leave for new parents, free mental health support, and access to subsidized skills training opportunities. Learn more about Amazon employee benefits.