In these exclusive photos, Jenner is seen braving the rain with a big umbrella, while rocking a pair of figure-hugging skinny jeans, a fitted black blouse, knee-high boots and an Elisabeth Weinstock Tokyo cross-body bag.
Looking very jovial and relaxed, Jenner stayed at the LGBT Center for about two hours and arrived with her camera crew and bodyguards in tow.
The LGBT Center's mission is to build "a world where LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal and complete members of society," and their message seems to fit right in with Caitlyn's views.
"So many people go through life and they never deal with their own issues," the 65-year-old reality star said in a promo for her upcoming eight-part docu-series, I Am Cait. "No matter what those issues are -- ours happen to be gender identity -- but how many people go through life and just waste an entire life because they never deal with themselves? To be who they are."
While touring the facility, Jenner spoke with the program manager for the Center's Transgender Economic Empowerment Project, which helps transgender women and men -- who experience unemployment at twice the rate of the national population -- develop professional skills and find employment. She also participated in a roundtable and one-on-one discussions with current and former clients who have utilized the services offered by the Center.
Jenner has already been inspiring others over the past week. On Friday, June 5, she tweeted: "Learned so much this week spending time in SF at the @HRC Human Rights Campaign. Unbelievably moving. Can’t wait to share more with you."
Learned so much this week spending time in SF at the @HRC Human Rights Campaign. Unbelievably moving. Can’t wait to share more with you.