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Conversations about workplace belonging have taken center stage in recent years. Research into the topic builds a solid case linking diversity with business success. Increasing workplace belonging can help companies evolve, innovate, problem-solve, and be more efficient. Moreover, highly diverse workplaces offer employees a better sense of community, increased worker engagement, and a more positive corporate culture.


Why Workplace Belong matters:


  • Better bottom-line performance

  • Increased employee engagement and retention

  • Increased creativity and innovation

  • Better alignment with customers

  • Higher rates of workplace diversity 

Drag Academy's Diversity Panel features four incredible cast members from OutTV's Call Me Mother. The panel features Ella Lamoureux, Felicia Bonee, Sanjina DaBish Queen, and Hercusleaze. Over ninety minutes, the cast will lead a fireside chat on various DEI topics. Each artist reflects on:

  • The importance of Diversity and Inclusion

  • Ways of creating inclusive work environments

  • The Role of Allyship

  • The importance of representation

  • Identities and Intersectionality

  • Culture and traditions

What's Included:

  • Ninety minutes virtual panel discussion on Intersectionality, Identity, and the Workplace

  • Featuring drag artists from the current season of OUTTv's Call Me Mother

  • Topics, including: Intersectionality of gender, sexuality, and race; Understanding Two-Spirit, Transgender, and Non-Binary identities; Personal journeys working in the corporate setting;

  • One facilitator

  • A question and answer period

Booking Fee & Booking

Our fees start at $2500 for a virtual performance.  Contact us using the booking form to get a free estimate on your event.

Diversity is not how we differ. Diversity is about embracing one another’s uniqueness.
~ Ola Joseph

Featured Keynote Speakers


Ella Lamoureux


Felicia Bonee


Sanjina DaBish Queen



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