I have been teaching workshops for three years now and my expertise lies in speaking of my own identities through different lenses. I have taught to a myriad of age groups from teens to elderly individuals. My academic ethics are rooted in accessibility. All workshops begin with a laying of ground rules, a class created and defined word bank for terms we will be discussing, a goal, and an evaluation of the privileges and biases we may all be bringing to the classroom. We discuss what it means to "step-up and step-back" as well as engage in a meaningful and conscious manner. The most recent organizations who have invited me to teach are listed below.
Recently "Young Women Empowered" invited me to their camp: YWE Create. I led a workshop titled: "Anti-Racist Make-up." We divulged into topics around transmisogyny, anti-blackness, youtube sensations, Eurocentric beauty, and our concept of make-up as a whole. Youth were challenged to bring their own definitions and revision of content. We discussed together how femme identities and visibility make us feel and interact in the world.