Shaashawn is the Founder/Owner of Voycetress Media LLC: Putting Your Voice in the Foreground. Voycetress Media provides services that affirm and empower individuals and organizations via workshop facilitation and training on leadership, diversity, inclusion and social justice topics, advocacy for LGBTQQIAAPS-2+ loving communities, event planning (certified LGBTQ+ wedding planner), poetry (arts) performance, and vocal services such as voiceovers, keynote speaking, speech writing, and mistress of ceremonies.

Shaashawn is the creator of at least twenty-five original workshops on diversity, multiculturalism, inclusion, leadership, self development, teamwork, branding, advocacy & more. Shaashawn creates multi-sensory edu-taining experiences for workshop participants and audience attendees.If you’re looking to bring a captivating speaker and/ or multisensory facilitator passionate about social justice to your campus and/ or organization; book her today.


LGBT Business Enterprise® (LGBTBE) certification NGLCC Supplier Diversity Initiative

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Eastern Minority Supplier Development Council

LGBTQ Academy Gay Alliance Safe Zone Train-the-Trainer

Racial Justice Institute Foundation Workshop:Cultural Bridges to Justice & YWCA Lancaster

Gay Wedding Institute Certificate Program Gay Wedding Institute by 14Stories

Diversity Leadership Academy, Dr. Nathaniel Gadsden and Michael Sand

LGBT Center Trainer's Cohort 2014, 2015


CD: Voycemail CD (spoken word and original music) January 2010:

Book: Acquired Taste of Love: Spice Filled Poems to Please Your Palate December 2014

Book: Estrogen in the Atmosphere (free verse poetry) December 2014


Shaashawn currently serves as the immediate past President of the Board of Directors of the LGBT Center of Central PA. She served as President during the year of 2017 and has been on the BOD since 2012

She has served as a guest facilitator at HACC (2015, 2016), Naval Supply Systems Command (2015),House of Representatives and Democratic Caucus & Inclusion Council of PA (2015)

She served as a panelist for Millersville University Silence the Hate Week (2015),

International Drag King Extravaganza (IDKE) Columbus, Ohio Workshop Creator/ Facilitator October 2008 Co- Planned, organized and facilitated a workshop for approximately 500+ attendees at the tenth annual 3 day conference. Title of workshop: And They Call You…An Exploration of Our Collective GenderQueer Legacy in Language. The interactive workshop will ask, What are the terms we’ve used to identify our collective gender-queer/ King identities? Does our language build trust, inspire action, sell an idea or encourage conflict within our gender-queer/King community? Are those differences included in the collective language legacy? If not, where are they documented?


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